Town in brittany predating stonehenge
Barges in this area often include a visit to Chateau Clos de Vougeot, where the society of the Chevaliers du Tastevin judge the best wines each year, as well as to the famous towns of Beaune and Dijon.
Having travelled extensively in and around Brittany I am happy to act as a private Tourist Guide and can accompany you on day trips to help you explore some of the hidden beauty of this region. discovering Langonnet and surrounds Langonnet (breton. Langoned) is a commune of almost 2000 inhabitants situated in the north west of the department of Morbihan on the borders of both Finistere & Cotes d’Armor.Walking is a delight and because the region is so sparsely populated it is rare to encounter anyone whilst out enjoying the countryside.Just in front of “au septième” is a trail which forks off in two directions, one leads down to the Abbey de Langonnet, an impressive cistercian abbey from the middle ages.We promise – no need for a visa to enter this land of Celtic roots!During our customized tours, we take you to breathtaking sceneries and invigorating gourmet experiences!Our Brittany Tours can easily be combined with Normandy and Loire Valley Tours.
Revel in luxury, calm and voluptuousness The oceanic climate of north and south Brittany offers a variety of experiences throughout the whole year.
It is an area of particularly rich natural & architectural heritage.
The region is criss crossed by bridleways, trails & paths.
Southern Burgundy is lovely, with rolling, verdant hills.
Many of the most famous vineyards are in the Cote d'Or wine region and visits to these vineyards are a real treat.
Your most important decision, if not the most difficult, will be to choose where to stay!