Lehon developed in the 9th century around the Benedictine Abbey of St. Magloire, on the banks of the small river Rance.
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
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, a rocky spur and protected natural site on the Emerald Coast in Brittany, marks the south boundary of the Baie du Mont Saint-Michel
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
Dol de Bretagne peaks above a former marsh located 8km inland from the Mont-Saint-Michel Abbey, and boasts an exceptional medieval architectural heritage
Baie d’Audierne, a wild natural area located south of the Pointe du Raz in the department of Finistère in Brittany and listed as a European Site of Interest
Ile de Sein, a tiny island located off the Pointe du Raz in Finistère in Brittany, and along a 25km long granitic formation known as Chaussée de Sein
The Pointe du Raz or Raz Beg ar in Breton, the westernmost land in France, is classified as Grand Site of France and attracts over a million visitors annually.
St Meloir des Bois near Dinan boasts four antic columns whose origin is unknown but were part of buildings erected when Brittany was under Roman occupation
The modest Prieure Saint Etienne in the Forêt de Brocéliande, the oldest chapel in the department of Morbihan in Brittany and a listed Historical Monument
Traveling to Brittany from the UK by air, sea and land is easy as the region is served by 3 airports, Brittany Ferries crossings, good rail and road links