My area overlaps two departments in Brittany (Cotes d’Armor- Morbihan) There are some wonderful towns with breathtaking scenery inbetween. From a central location benefit from the best of all worlds, both the Northern and Southern coastlines are easily accessible, throw in some lakes with beaches, watersports and you need never travel far with your bucket and spade. I live in a small town called Brehan which like other communities here is very welcoming and friendly. A few of the main towns in my area include, Josselin, a medieval town very popular with tourists, Ploermel, with a wide range of banks, shops, restaurants and supermarkets, it also has a large lake with man made beaches offering watersports and a beach hut style restaurant. Pontivy is a shoppers heaven with its small boutiques as well as larger superstores. Loudiac offers great facilities for swimming and just outside town is the Forêt de Loudéac. Callac is a great market town providing good access to the northern beaches and is the Breton Spanial breeding capital of Europe attracting a multitude of international visitors. You will find local markets to enjoy nearly every day of the week to soak up the atmosphere Connections to the UK via Dinard, St Malo, Rennes, all accessible in about an hour.
Covering Departments 22 and 56 We moved to France in 2006. Coming from a town environment, we wanted to live in the countryside and escape the ‘rat race’ which we couldn’t afford to do in England. Since moving to France our lifestyle has certainly changed for the better. We began our French living in Normandy after having a holiday home there for some years, we decided to move into it however, as a full time home we realised that it wasn’t quite big enough. During our house hunt for something more suitable we discovered the beautiful region of Brittany and received the friendliest welcome from the local Breton people, so we made the move. With our daughter settled into the local school and an abundance of friends, it is hard for us to go anywhere locally without a cheery bonjour and a kiss. It is lovely that people have time for each other, to stop and chat, to know not just the names of your neighbours, but most of the village. The children play outside exploring in the garden, skipping, bike rides, and using their imagination. Sometimes we feel we are living a dream. Now I help people like you fulfil your dreams,
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