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Il mio bellissimo viaggio tra Bretagna e Valle della Loira:
Paesaggi, coste selvaggie battute dal vento dell’oceano , castelli fiabeschi,foreste ricche di selvaggina ,frutti di maree altro cibo eccellenti..,vino buono e persone molto gentili ed accoglienti e poi porcellane a non finire (Quimper in Bretagna e Gien nella Loira) per non parlare di pittori…
Io e la mia famiglia siamo entusiasti!!
Vi propongo una serie di foto di questo mio favoloso viaggio…
Abbiamo dormito in due splendidi luoghi
http://la-flanerie.fr/ in Bretagna
http://www.lehavredemarie.com/ nella Loira

my wonderful trip between Brittany and the Loire Valley:
Landscapes, wild coasts and cliffs windswept of the ocean, fairytale castles, forests full of game, seafood, and other food .. excellent, good wine and very kind and welcoming people and then porcelain to no end (Quimper in Brittany and the Loire Gien ) not to mention painters ... Me and my family are thrilled!
I propose a series of photos of my fabulous journey ...:
we stayed in two beautiful places
http://la-flanerie.fr/ in Bretagna
http://www.lehavredemarie.com/ nella Loira

Le tappe del mio viaggio (The stages of my journey):
12-8-2013 Pisa-Chateau de Chenonceau -Concarneau
13-8-2013 Concarneau-Locronan-Cap Sizun,Pointe de Van-Pointe de Raz-Cap Coz-Concarneau
14-8-2013 Concarneau-Quimper-Port Menec’h-Kerascoet-Trevignon-Concarneau
15-8-2013 Concarneau-Pleyben-Monts d’arrée-Le Faou-Concarneau
16-8-2013 Concarneau-Pont l’Abbe-Brest Oceanopolis-Concarneau
17-8-2013 Concarneau-Cap de la Chevre-Point de PenHir-Pont Aven-Concarneau
18-8-2013 Concarneau –Trebeurden-Perros Guirrec (sentiero dei doganieri)-Plousgat Plougrescant
19-8-2013 Concarneau-Quimper-Beaugency
20-8-2013 Beaugency-Chateau de Chaumont-Chateau du Beauregard-Chateau du Moulin-Beaugency
21-8-2013 Beaugency-Gien -Sully sur Loire-Saint Benoit sur Loire-Beaugency
22-8-2013 Beaugency-Chateau de Chambord-Beaugency
23-8-2013 Beaugency-Pisa
Km 5440

Oggi cari amici vi propongo una simpatica immagine di Concarneau paesino molto carino del Finistere dove ho fatto base per una settimana.Buona visione a tutti Raw 10mm

Concarneau (Konk-Kerne in bretone) è un comune francese di 20.031 abitanti situato nel dipartimento del Finistère nella regione della Bretagna. La cittadina, apprezzata meta turistica, è considerata uno fra i più importanti porti pescherecci francesi. Vi si pratica in particolare la pesca del tonno.Urbanisticamente la città si sviluppa attorno al suo porto ed alla Ville Close (città fortificata); un isolotto fortificato sede di numerose attività commerciali ed artigianali e principale attrazione per i visitatori.(wikipedia)

Concarneau (Breton: Konk Kerne, meaning Bay of Cornwall) is a commune in the Finistère department of Brittany in north-western France. Concarneau is bordered to the west by the Baie de La Forêt.The town has two distinct areas: the modern town on the mainland and the medieval Ville Close, a walled town on a long island in the centre of the harbour. Historically, the old town was a centre of shipbuilding. The Ville Close is now devoted to tourism with many restaurants and shops aimed at tourists. However restraint has been shown in resisting the worst excesses of souvenir shops. Also in the Ville Close is the fishing museum. The Ville Close is connected to the town by a drawbridge and at the other end a ferry to the village of Lanriec on the other side of the harbour.In August the town holds the annual Fête des Filets Bleus (Festival of the blue nets). The festival, named after the traditional blue nets of Concarneau's fishing fleet, is a celebration of Breton and pan-Celtic culture. Such festivals can occur throughout Brittany but the Filets Bleus is one of the oldest and largest, attracting in excess of a thousand participants in traditional dress with many times that number of observers. In 2005, the 100th festival was celebrated. Concarneau was the setting for Belgian mystery writer Georges Simenon's 1931 novel Le Chien jaune (The Yellow Dog), featuring his celebrated sleuth Maigret. Fishing, particularly for tuna, has long been the primary economic activity in Concarneau. The Les Mouettes d'Arvor is one of the last traditional canning factories in Concarneau. Concarneau is one of the biggest fishing ports in France. Since the 1980s, other industries have arisen, such as boat construction and summer tourism.The Ville Close separates the working port from the yacht basin.(wikipedia)

Concarneau [kɔ̃kaʁno] est une commune du département du Finistère, dans la région Bretagne, en France.Troisième commune du Finistère par sa population, chef-lieu d'un canton et d'une communauté d'agglomération, Concarneau, qui inclut les anciennes communes de Beuzec-Conq et Lanriec, est une ville située sur la côte cornouaillaise dans la Baie de La Forêt.La ville s'est constituée au Moyen Âge à partir de la ville close située dans l'estuaire du Moros. Cet abri naturel a permis le développement du septième port de pêche français en tonnage débarqué et d'importants chantiers navals.Sa situation sur le littoral et son patrimoine historique en font aujourd'hui une destination touristique bretonne de premier plan. La commune de Concarneau est située au sud du département du Finistère à l'ouest de la région Bretagne. Elle est la troisième commune du département par sa population et la principale de l'aire urbaine de Concarneau qui regroupe deux communes et 27 031 habitants en 2007. Son unité urbaine regroupe les communes de Concarneau et Trégunc. Concarneau est située à 19 km de Quimper, 44 km de Lorient, 71 km de Brest, 169 km de Rennes et 475 km de Paris.(wikipedia)

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