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Valleys in Brittany

4 valleys in Brittany

Valleys in Dinéault
Menez-Hom
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Considered the sacred mountain of the Celts, Mount Menez-Hom is one of the highest points in Britain. And it is 330 meters high. It's actually an extinct volcano and it makes for an easy climb. The views from the top are magnificent. You can quietly contemplate the harbor of Brest, Douarnenez Bay, the tip of Pen-Hir and Arree Mountains. The Menez-Hom is part of the Black Mountains and was one of the sacred mountains of Armorica. Here is where there were religious rituals practiced which are demonstrated by the megaliths and stone clusters found. It was also a place of prayer and offerings were made, here you can get find yourself.
Valleys in Plounéour-Ménez
Monts D’Arrée
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The quartzite ridges gleam like diamonds on the top of the mountains. Different colors shimmer interspersed from end to end like crown jewels. The dark gray of the granite mixed with the white rays of the sun. Some colors that become even more vibrant when the maple trees turn red in autumn. It is a truly incredible show and one that you will certainly enjoy. The streams that run down the gren narrow valleys cross the farms of neighbors. The houses are decorated with flowers, which breaks the monotonous gray facades. Streams, that follow lost chapels take you through the countryside. A place to reflect and be with friends you´ll love it for sure!
Valleys in Guichen
Boël Valley
As a Biosphere Reserve, Boel Valley is one of the most significant and representative places in France. A wooded valley beside the sea, where you can see the best places in Brittany in the middle of a green and flowery valley. When it seems that you've left the forest, you enter a steep area with little vegetation here and there, leading to a steep cliff that stretches for miles. They say all the magical places are difficult to access. This place is no exception. For years only a stone bridge has linked this region with the rest of the country, crossing the river Boel.
Valleys in Saint-Vincent-sur-Oust
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