Walking Holidays in Brittany
Explore the towering cliffs, rock formations, tranquil islands and pristine white-sand beaches on a walking holiday in Brittany, synonymous with traditions such as cider production, gastronomy and music. Theirs is a proud culture full of strong heritage connected to other Celtic cultures, like Cornwall and Wales. Walk in these rugged landscapes on the Cote du Granite Rose on our Best of Brittany's Granite Coast tour, where the rocks appear to be pink and are edged with turquoise seas. Or perhaps you would like to try southern Brittany and more specifically the Gulf of Morbihan, which means "little sea" in Breton. This area full of small and peaceful islands also showcases pretty coastal cottages and truly magical dazzling seas. Why not try oysters in a charming little port town, or discover prehistoric remains and stone dolmens, which are plentiful.
On our Brittany: South Coast and Islands tour you can stroll through Vannes, a lively town with medieval ramparts, busy little squares and winding car-less narrow streets. It's such a treat to be able to sit in one of these squares and experience the local food, such as savoury galettes and sweet crepes, all washed down with some delicious local cider, which has been made in Brittany for centuries.
Whether you want to explore the northern or southern coasts of Brittany, or both, you can you can put your trust in Macs Adventure to provide you with a fun adventure consisting of easy-going coastal walking, trails on quaint islands and scenic ferry-boat rides, as we have been offering tours in Brittany for many years. This area was independent from France until the 16th century and the local language, Breton, is still very much alive. So pack up your suitcase and take a meaningful walking adventure in Brittany where you will become immersed in its Celtic history and culture and where you can enjoy the traditional gastronomy and possibly the music, if you're lucky enough to be there during a summer festival.