Gulf of Morbihan in Brittany, Episode 123

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The Gulf of Morbihan in Southern Brittany is some of the most beautiful coastline anywhere in France.  Elyse knows the place well because her husband's family owns a home right on the Gulf of Morbihan and they have been there many times. Today we talk about what the things she loves about the area, for example:

  • The ocean, ports and boats
  • Wild beaches and tides
  • Crêpes,  galettes, and other Breton foods with strange names
  • Muscadet wine and hard cider
  • Dolmens,  menhir and other pre-historic attractions

At the end of the episode Annie and Elyse reminisce about crazy things they did as older teenagers, and--you're not going to believe this if you've been following the show for a long time--Elyse doesn't have a museum to recommend in the area. Shocking!

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Discussed in this Episode

  • Auray
  • Belle-Île-en-Mer
  • Carnac
  • Château de Sucinio (in a town called Sarzeau)
  • Côte Sauvage
  • Crêpes
  • Galettes
  • Gulf of Morbihan
  • Île Houeic
  • Île-aux-Moines
  • Île-d'Houat
  • Locmariaquer
  • Muscadet
  • Port-Navalo
  • Presqu'île de Rhuyz
  • Quiberon
  • Saint-Gildas-de-Rhuyz
  • Sarzeau
  • Southern Brittany
  • Vannes

Vannes in the Gulf of Morbihan

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Normandy & Brittany

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