Here’s a Thing!
Well, Here’s a Thing, Autumn in the region of Morbihan (56) France.
It is like being at the end of a rainbow, where giant trees of the forests swaying gentle in the changing breezes. Deciduous forests decide its time to drop their leaves and making the surrounding country side just a pleasure to behold.
See for your self: –
The dew covered gold, yellow, burgundy and brown leaves glistening in the Autumn sunlight. This gives the appearance of the ground being covered in golden snow, through which your shoes slip.
Here’s a Thing, a visit to this part of Europe is a must for all as it offers undulating expanses of countryside, well wooded and cris-crossed with rivers.
Medieval towns and villages dotted across the land, just waiting for you to pull up a chair and sip a glass of wine or coffee.
Visit the Chateau’s, admire the towns architecture of the past, the colours, flowers, road bridges across the water ways, canal locks and wildlife. See the variation in cattle breeds – Charolais, Montbeliarde, Limousin all of which are contributing to the Classic local cheeses you will experience as we motor through this green land.
Enjoy Rural France: –
Europe Driving Holidays, takes you on a personal driving trip through the region of Morbihan, France, visiting Josselin and its Castle set on the high bank of the L’Oust canal, the magical city of Vannes with its inset harbour.
Here’s a Thing with Vannes with its cobbled streets that are lined with ‘up market’ little shops.
The city walls and portcullis entry towers portray foreboding and where the air is filled with the faint smells of crepes, baguettes and Yver Rocher perfume, all adding to a delightful day.
Your trip, to name a few – will take in Saint Malo’s old town, Mont St. Michel with its island Chateau, Rochefort-en-Terre, Pontivy, Malestroit and La Baule set in a sandy cove on the Atlantic coast.
Here’s a Thing, your next holiday may open your eyes, let us design (free) your Wow! holiday to suit your budget and regional locations. See EuropeDriving.com and ask!