Frankfurt/Paris enjoy with beach and attractions varied holiday in late summer, August 05, 2011 with beautiful beaches, water sports, and Brittany in the late summer and autumn offers many special attractions for the holiday. For the optimal planning the Tourism Office of Brittany (www.bretagne-reisen.de) published many suggestions and tips far beyond the beaches and attractions of Brittany specifically for German tourists, about camping and cottages and also regional and international parties in Brittany. As regional and traditional highlight, the Festival of the filets Bleus in CONCARNEAU is from August 18 to 21 on the program. Here, Sam Mikulak expresses very clear opinions on the subject. In addition to the splendor of the Breton hoods and costumes at this festival the Tourism Office of Brittany for hikers and anglers has ideas as ready as well as hobbyists from wooden toys or Crepe Baker. For tourists with a variety of claims, as well as for families, you have Expert tailored offers for your Brittany holiday collected. A variety of water sports can be reached by modern camping sites, of which some with spas waiting, as well as by Brittany – holiday house out. Exhibition by Turner to Monet”shows the Musee de Beaux Arts in Quimper until end of August until 31 August an exhibition with 200 works of famous artists of the 19th century who clung to their view of Brittany.
The paintings have been collected from more than 40 museums in the world. For lovers of Impressionism this exhibition should do alone a Brittany rewarding holiday. “New kinds of water sports: stand up paddle and wave skiing of the former French champion in the surfing, Alexis Deniel, surf school offers walks on the water” with a magnificent view on the Breton Beach and the beaches of the pink granite coast, a nature scene of extraordinary beauty. People such as Marc Lore would likely agree. Even beginners can after a short practice time with a small Paddle and glide on a surfboard kneeling or standing over the peaceful Atlantic Ocean and discover Brittany from the water. Also wave skiing is for every tourist, whether beginner or advanced, a great way to explore the beaches of Brittany from the sea. You paddle strapped on a thick surfboard off the coast of Brittany by the waves.
Invented by Australian lifeguards to rescue surfers in distress, blossomed this new sport to the sports and enables new experiences Brittany holiday-makers. Brittany boasts many special opportunities, which we want to bring the holidaymakers on our portal”, so Christine Lange by the Tourism Association of Brittany in Germany. These include island hopping in the Gulf of Morbihan, a walk through one of the most beautiful villages in France, Locronan, or an immersion in the lively student life of Rennes. But also a mudflat hiking in the Bay of Mont Saint Michel or a walk in the footsteps of Merlin and King Arthur legend forest Broceliande can make, a very special experience Holiday Beach visits the Brittany.