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One of our longest walking routes is the GR34 pathway around Brittany. We have been walking this for the last forty five years or so, Each year or couple we walk a different stretch but I don't think we will ever complete it. We stay at a campsite close to the part that we want to walk for that year and we love it. I have put a link to some of our last years pictures. http://www. cig. canon-europe. com/p?p=By3MkWRDZmx

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We are off to Brittany in May for six weeks and we like to walk three or four miles a day so I am looking foreward to it having looked at your album, thank you. From your experience there are there any sites you particularly recommend? We like quiet with views.

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We are off to Brittany in May for six weeks and we like to walk three or four miles a day so I am looking foreward to it having looked at your album, thank you. From your experience there are there any sites you particularly recommend? We like quiet with views.

We love these two sites, They are not far apart but the walks from each one are different but to be camped at either one gives many pleasant walks with no driving involved. Both sites are family sites but without any noisy campers. Hubert, Who is the owner of des abers puts on a local folklore evening once or twice a week even in low season. Both sites are on the beach and at low tide some longish walks can be made out to the many small islands. http://www. saintpabu. com/ --http://www. camping-des-abers. com/ both sites are ASCI so if you have the card it will make for a good deal, Also in May there would be no need to book. If your trip extends into June it makes a nice day out to visit one of the stop off points for the "Around Brittany car rally" http://www. abva. net/index. html The web site later in the year will give specific dates and places on route where the vehicles will stop, We try to meet up with it at Trinite sur mer on the Southern coast. Hundreds of vintage and classic cars many of them towing caravans of a bygone age, With the owners dressing in the wardrobe of the day. Well worth a visit. Hope you have a safe and enjoyable holiday in the land of legends.

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Thank you for that. I have bookmarked both sites for when we get to the north coast. We are starting in the south and working our way up the west coast. Really looking forward to it as we haven't 'done' Brittany for about twenty years.

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