THE BRITTANY COAST

THE BRITTANY COAST

This large peninsula jutting out into the Atlantic ocean on the western fringes of France and has over 600 miles of rugged coastline. High cliffs at Cap Frehel, pink granite coast or sandy beaches, battered by ocean storms and home to some of the highest tides in the world.

The first Celtic migrants arrived in the 5th Century after being driven out of Britain by invaders, later followed by the another wave of Britons to arrive in the 19th Century as the first tourists to the area, the latter one continues annually to this day like in Dinard.

Between the pirate port of Saint-Malo and more recent ports such as Lorient, can be found smaller fishing ports such as Concarneau. Local seafood and the famous Cancale and Belon oysters can be found in almost all local restaurants, surely using the Guérande sea salt in their best recipes.

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