Who has not had magical dreams as children? During this trip through the Broceliande forests, we went to visit two mythical places pertaining to the Arthurian legend, the tomb of Merlin the Magician and the Fountain of Youth. It's said that after the death of King Arthur, Merlin went to the forest to seek refuge and the Fairy Viviana take the opportunity to meet her great love. She created the fountain so that by drinking its waters, Merlin would be extraordinarily rejuvenated so that the age difference between them would be less. So strong was Viviana's love for Merlin that it made him prisoner so he could never leave and surrounded him with nine magic circles for all eternity. You can like this place, or not, but the fact is that for a time, your mind is away from everyday reality where you can see the tomb that could be a megalithic symbol and and the fountain with a little pool sandwiched between two walls and stagnant waters.