It all begins in Vannes, with the discovery of this remarkable medieval city. Half-timbered and corbelled houses, ramparts, covered wash houses and gardens contrast with the energy of its modern port. Vannes is opposite the Gulf of Morbihan, one of the most beautiful bays in the world which, according to legend, has 365 islands. The boat trip reveals the beauty of this unique landscape and provides the opportunity to visit Ile aux Moines, the Pearl of the Gulf.
The circuit then carries on to the medieval town of Josselin, founded in the 11th century by the Rohan family, the descendants of which still live in the striking riverside castle. The next stop is the magic of Brocéliande and the legends of King Arthur, with the discovery of the Valley of No Return. This valley plunges into the forest and brims with mysterious treasures, such as the Fairies’ Mirror or False Lovers’ Rock. Another enigma appears as you reach Carnac and its alignments of standing stones, the biggest concentration of this kind in the world. There are 3,000 of them in the moors. The wild coast of the Quiberon Peninsular marks the end of the circuit with breathtaking landscapes, where impressive cliffs give way to fine sandy beaches.