Brittany or sometimes called Little Britain is a cultural region of France known as one of France’s great historic provinces. Proud of its Celtic heritage which sets it apart from the rest of France, it also enjoys a milder climate from that of the south of England. Its capital, Rennes, with its timber framed houses, and cobbled lined streets allows visitors the opportunity to see the charm of Brittany.
Mont St Michel is a small island located in Normandy and has been an ancient fortification since ancient times and since the 8th century has been also the site of the monastery which shares its name. The abbey since the 17th century was developed into its current form with a tall spire with a statue of Archangel Michael atop. This imposing abbey has long been a site for pilgrimages in all Christendom and is among the most visited cultural sites I all of France.Ask a Question Get a Quote
Evening: Departure from your school and overnight travel to France by coach. Ferry crossing into France from Portsmouth.
Morning: Arrival at Rennes to see this charming Breton city. This capital city of Brittany has a rich history and many sights and places of interest.
Afternoon: Enjoy your time in Rennes discovering its charm and visiting some its many bars and cafes before meeting up and travel to overnight accommodation.
Evening: Evening check-in at hotel and before going back out to see the city at night. Overnight stay
Morning: After breakfast at hotel, travel to Mont St Michel to see the incredible monastery set on top of this mountain dating back to the 8th century
Afternoon: Spend the afternoon exploring the Abbey of Saint Michel, Tour Gabriel, Chapel Saint Aubert, and see the breathtaking views from this unique site.
Evening:Evening Departure and travel to Saint Malo for ferry cruise back to Portsmouth.
Morning: Arrival in England and onward travel to home town. End of Tour