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The sunny south coast of Brittany has a lot to offer to visitors...

-   2 500 hours of sun per year

-  vast stretches of cycling and walking trails in a diverse landscape (cliffs, sandy beaches, forests, typical Breton bocage, medieval towns, menhir fields)

-  a large choice of local delicacies: the Tome (cheese) de Rhuys with chestnuts, Andouille de Guéméné (sausage), the incredible variety in Breton pastry, cider, honey, canned fish, fruits de mer, crêpes and galettes (traditional pancakes)… 

- any kind of water sports: surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, pirogue, canoeing, stand-up-paddle, sea canoeing, diving... 

- histories of blazons and swords at the castles of Suscinio and Josselin, mysteries of witchcraft and magic between the ancient menhirs and in the forests of Brocéliande.


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