• Pink Granite Coast
  • Hotel Barriere L'Ermitage La Baule
  • Beach in Morbihan
  • St Brieuc Bay

Surrounded on three sides by water and with 2,730km of coastline, Brittany is deeply rooted in both the land and the sea, offering breathtaking landscapes where visitors can discover glorious beaches, rugged cliff-lined coasts, islands that comprise France’s largest coastal bird sanctuary, moorland, ancient forests, beguiling villages and medieval walled towns. Its cultural heritage is celebrated in numerous festivals and events, among them traditional fest-noz Breton dance festivals.

Brittany’s golf courses span everything from links to manicured parkland, in settings including cliff tops, forests, seaside and riverside, and are remarkably uncrowded and reasonably priced. Golf can form part of a break that includes spa and wellness activities, gastronomy, exploring cities, heritage and history through its forts and castles, and water sports.

The region’s best courses include: Dinard Golf, established in 1887 and France’s second-oldest course; Les Ormes Golf & Resort, on a château estate now a holiday resort on the Emerald Coast; Saint Malo Golf Resort; former National Open venue Golf Blue Green Saint Laurent; Golf de Cornouaille among many others.

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