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8 Day Driving Tour

From £1149.00 Per Person

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"I’ve just completed your Two Island Tour of the Channel Islands. I wish to thank you for a very enjoyable experience. The choice of hotels was “Spot On” and the informal nature of the tour was a relief in that it suited our taste. The information provided and organisation was first class. Thankyou again from a very happy customer."

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Combine our tour of Dieppe and Normandy's WWII Landing Beaches with the Best of Brittany. Hitler's  'Atlantikwall' was built by the German occupation forces between 1941-1944. Brittany lies in the northwest corner of France, just a short ferry crossing away from the UK. Its wild, dramatic coastline, medieval towns and thick forests make it a road trip you'll remember for a long time.

Our Driving Tour Includes

• Outbound P&O Ferry Crossing from Dover to Calais

• Return Brittany Ferries Crossing from Caen to Portsmouth

• 1 Night at the Mercure la Presidence, Dieppe

• 2 Nights at the Mercure, Honfleur

• 1 Night at the Hotel du Château, Josselin

• 2 Nights at the Hotel le Clos de Vallombreuse Douarnenez

• 1 Night at the Western Plus Les Terrasses de Brehat, Douarnenez

• 7 Buffet Breakfasts & 5 Dinners

• Detailed Road Book with Maps, Great Drives & Local Attractions

• Complimentary Car Parking the Hotels (charges may apply)

• Commemorative Tour Rally Plate

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Brittany's lengthy, rugged coastline is dotted with beach resorts such as chic Dinard and walled Saint-Malo, built on rock in the English Channel. The Pink Granite Coast is famed for its unusual, blush-hued sand and rocks. From Cancale you can enjoy breathtaking views over the Baie de St Michel and scenic walks around the coast.

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You're sure to find something you like in Brittany, so numerous are its tourist attractions! The coast, firstly, is brimming with natural beauty spots, like the Emerald and Pink Granite Coasts, Le Raz Headland, the peninsulas of Crozon and Quiberon or the Gulf of Morbihan. Off the coast, the islands of Groix, Belle-Île-en-Mer, Molène, Bréhat and Ouessant are true havens of peace that are ideal for rest and recuperation. rittany is for explorers. Its wild, dramatic coastline, medieval towns and thick forests make an excursion here well worth the detour off the beaten track. This is a land of prehistoric mysticism, proud tradition and culinary wealth, where fiercely independent locals celebrate Breton culture

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Hitler's 'Atlantikwall' was one of the last major defense lines of this century and was built by the German occupation forces in the period 1941-1944 along the coasts of France, the Channel Islands, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Norway and Denmark. During this period a total of 14.000 heavy, concrete bunkers were built. Some of the most popular museums and memorials include; Pegasus Bridge, the Grand Bunker Museum in Ouistreham, the Mémorial de Cae,Utah Beach D-Day Museum, Merville Gun Battery Museum, The Airborne Museum, Ste-Mere Eglise and the Arromanches 360 degree Cinema to mention just a few. If possible, start with the Mémorial de Caen,  a visit here will give you an overview of World War II and the part the Normandy D-Day Landing Beaches played.

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