"Breitzh-Izel,Bro dispar" (Lower Brittany – land without equal) says the song.
Jingoism and bias, say some… or maybe the genuine view of Bretons sensitive to the diverse beauty of their region.
The variety of the scenery, but also of the region's culture, is plainly evident in the different parts of Brittany. The ‘broiou' (plural of ‘bro', meaning ‘land') reject absolutely all artificial divisions based on administrative convenience.
Our walking tour takes you through several of the most distinctive parts of Brittany. The section we offer here goes from Quimperlé to Port Manech....(Text by Jean Penn).
Comments2** hotels and very comfortable guest houses.
ATTENTION: If two accommodations are full, we will keep you in the same accommodation for two nights and organise transfers. This means there will be no change to the actual walking you do. If this turns out to be the case, you will be told about it at the time your holiday is confirmed. In these circumstances we may ask you to pay a supplement.
Getting thereRailway station (Gare SNCF) Quimperlé.
GradientModerate. No special difficulties
Two long stages: Day 3 and Day 4.
Level of difficulty
The price includes: - Half board accommodation
- The transportation of baggage.
- Provision of a guidebook (l guidebook for 1 to 4 people).
The price DOES NOT includes : - Transport from your home to the place where the holiday begins, and transport back home again after the end of the holiday.
- Drinks and personal expenses
- Booking fees (15 € per person)
- The extra charge for postage outside France (15 € per booking)
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