Brittany… the Celtic homeland of France:
Enchanting villages and market towns, a place of myths, art and Celtic music and warm and genuine people.
Many of Brittany's charms, its water sports, golf courses and wonderful stretches of cycle paths are easily accessible from BOTH the cozy cottage at Guemene sur Scorff or the KerDavid farmhouse, at very reasonable rates for the High, Mid and Low holiday season.
Breton Markets are the best for freshness and variety!
The markets of Brittany have managed to
retain their charm, authenticity and seasonal produce despite
a growing foreign ownership of property. The fierce independence
of the farming community produces a very high quality and
range of products. You can find a market every day of the
week where you can enjoy the sights and indulge in smells
of the best local Breton oysters, fish, cheeses, crepes,
cider, honey, and locally grown fruit and vegetables, not
to mention local sausages, pates and freshwater fish. Most
towns have their own weekly market day, usually open all
year round and the joy of eating to-the-season could never
be more inviting.
Morbihan markets (56)
Gourin: morning: vegetables, charcuterie, baskets, clothes,
Port-Louis: evenings in July and August
Bubry: small market
Le Faouet: 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month
Guemene sur Scorff
Queven: evenings, organic market near the church
Baud: small morning market
St-Gildas de Rhuys