Atlantic France for your sailing holidays? Brittany, lighthouses, promontories and wild coasts

Set sails towards Quiberon peninsula: a short strip of land with broad beaches in the East side, hosting the so called Côte Sauvage in the west, the best for hiking lovers.
Sailing holidays? Brittany, sailing and much more...reach these wonderful coasts and take part into exciting walks on the cliffs where ancient castles and ruins still maintain their charm.
Then, visit suggestive prehistoric sites, in particular Locmariaquer, a lovely village hosting the Grand Menhir Brisé, le Table des Marchands and the Dolmen des Pierres Plates.

A tip for your sailing holiday? Brittany and Glenan archipelago: seven islets surrounded by crystal-clear waters. White beaches comparable to Seychelles in the middle of Europe.
Going South you will find La Rochelle citadel: a harbour where the history of sailing meets modern ocean regattas, being the starting base for the MiniTransat regatta and hosting innovative shipyards.

These are the last sailors that have travelled in Southern Brittany.
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