Another day, another walk!
Landerneau is an important town on either side of the Élorn River which divides the provinces of Cornouaille and Léon in Brittany. It was a significant port, even in Roman times, and in the 16C and 17C it was used to export linen and … Continued
This was the annual weekend of frenetic physical activity in the Monts d’Arrées – and we had forgotten about it when we planned a walk from St-Rivoal, desperate to be out on the hills again. Driving to St-Rivoal we noticed … Continued
In G H Randall’s Walks in Côtes d’Armor walk no.6 is 5 kms along the River Gouët, outside Quintin. This proved to be an easy and very pleasant walk although we had to do a ‘there and back’ as the GR has … Continued
Moncontour is a small, walled, hilltop town south of St Brieuc in northern Brittany. The town originally belonged to the Counts of Penthièvre, a holding in the gift of the Kingdom of Brittany. The first Count of Penthièvre was Odo, or … Continued