A program concocted by Steve and Wendy, whom we sincerely thank for having made us discover these typically “Breton” places.

August 16, 2023, walk between the old stones.

First, Steve had ordered the sun and it was with great collective joy that it kept us company all day.

The meeting is fixed in the car park of the municipality of Loc-Envel, the "smallest village" of the Côtes d'Armor, in fact the least populated. Its church, in the flamboyant Gothic style, is steeped in history and its visit was a must. Then a visit to the public garden, adorned with magnificent photographs.
 
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As hunger grew, the covered picnic table near the parking lot gave us a nice shaded spot.

We take the vehicles for a nice ride on the small country roads: Belle-Ile-en-Terre, Trégrom, Bégard, Brélidy, Saint-Gilles-les-Bois, Pontrieux, where we turned many heads.

Our base, La Roche Jagu. There, everyone strolled according to their desires: visit of the castle, Breton manor of the XVth century classified as a historic monument, stroll in the park recognized as a “remarkable garden”.

We end the day on the terrace of the tea room, "Le Petit Jagu" for a tasting of homemade pastries, tea or coffee.

A day full of friendship. To do again.

Fred
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