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Chene des Hindres in Broceliande

Chene des Hindres – Oak Tree – Broceliande

The Chene des Hindres, a 500 year old oak tree considered one of the oldest trees in the magical Forêt de Brocéliande near Paimpont in Brittany

Miroir aux Fees in Broceliande

Miroir aux Fees in Broceliande Forest

Miroir aux Fees, a lake inhabited by a fairy and nestled in the deep of the Forêt de Brocéliande in the Valley of no Return, the domain of Morgan Le Fay

Paimpont Abbey

Paimpont Abbey – Broceliande in Brittany

Paimpont Abbey, founded in the 7th century by Judicael King of Brittany on the bank of the Lac de Paimpont in the heart of the magical Forêt de Brocéliande

Pierres Droites in Monteneuf

Pierres Droites – Monteneuf – Broceliande

Pierres Droites on the outskirts of the Forêt de Brocéliande, the largest megalithic site in Argoat – inland Brittany, erected some 5500 years ago

Forges de Paimpont - workers' cottages and furnaces

Forges de Paimpont in Foret de Broceliande

Forges de Paimpont, an ancient village of blacksmiths whose origins go back to the Celtic times and located in the heart of the magical Forêt de Brocéliande

Chene a Guillotin in Broceliande

Chene a Guillotin – Oak Tree – Broceliande

The Chene a Guillotin, a 1000 year old oak tree located in the magical Forêt de Brocéliande – Paimpont which is also known as Chêne d’Eon

Eglise du Graal in Trehorenteuc - narthex

Eglise du Graal – Trehorenteuc – Broceliande

The enigmatic Eglise du Graal in the Forêt de Brocéliande, known as the ‘Door from Within’ and only church in the world dedicated to the Quest of the Grail

Jardin aux Moines - The two chambers

Jardin aux Moines in Broceliande Forest

Jardin aux Moines in the Forêt de Brocéliande, a Neolithic megalithic site and burial ground in perfect state that has given birth to a legend

Fontaine de Barenton

Fontaine de Barenton – Broceliande Forest

Fontaine de Barenton in the Forêt de Brocéliande, the place where Merlin fell in love with Vivian the Lady of the Lake and initiated her to magical rituals

Hostie de Viviane

Hostie de Viviane – Tombeau des Druides

L’Hostie de Viviane or Tombeau des Druides in the magical Forêt de Brocéliande, a Neolithic burial chamber which has given birth to many legends

Tombeau des Geants

Tombeau des Geants in Broceliande Forest

The Tombeau des Geants or Roche à la Vieille in the magical Forêt de Brocéliande in Brittany, a Bronze Age burial chamber which has given birth to legends

Or de Broceliande - Arbre d'Or in summer

Or de Broceliande – Val Sans Retour

Arbre d’Or – Or de Broceliande in the Valley of no Return, a charred tree gilded with gold leaf to symbolize the renaissance of the burnt forest

Kerascoet thatched cottages in Nevez

Nevez, from Anse de Poulguin to Port Manech

Nevez, a picturesque rural district located by the mouth of the Aven, boasts many tourist spots such as Kerascoet village, Hénan tide mill and Port Manech
Early morning in Pont-Aven

Pont-Aven, Gauguin and La Cité des Artistes

Pont-Aven, a small seaport nestled in the Aven estuary and worldwide known for the School of Pont-Aven, an artistic group founded by the painter Gauguin
La Pointe du Grouin - Ile des Landes, Chenal de la Vieille Rivière and lighthouse

Pointe du Grouin, a rocky spur south of the Baie du Mont Saint-Michel

La Pointe du Grouin, a rocky spur and protected natural site on the Emerald Coast in Brittany, marks the south boundary of the Baie du Mont Saint-Michel
Colonne du Guesclin marks the site of the castle

Colonne du Guesclin – La Motte-Broons

The Colonne du Guesclin was erected in 1841 on the site of the Château de la Motte-Broons, the castle of Bertrand du Guesclin that was pulled down in 1616

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