broceliande forest : From the Valley of no Return to the Grail
A guided and story told walk
With an - English-speaking- experienced guide and storyteller, start a 4 km stroll (2,5 miles) through the Valley of No Return, the enchanted territory of Morgan La Fey. Discover the Golden Tree, the Fairies’ Mirror, the rock of the False Lovers and even the seat of the Merlin! Hear the legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table!
The walk will also take you to the Church of the Grail in Tréhorenteuc, a mythic as well as a mystic place, unique in the world. Open the gates of your imagination and enter in the forest of Brocéliande! Every Tuesdays at 2:15 pm (9 July > 27 August) from the tourist information center in Tréhorenteuc
Full price 13,50€, Reduced 9,50€, Under 4 free.
8 to 35 persons. 3 hours.
Beware ! The tracks are steep and have an important slope. Equip yourself with hiking shoes adapted for walking in the forest. The tracks are not accessible with wheelchairs nor pushchairs, take a baby carrier (or rent one from the tourist information).
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Discovery Tour of Josselin by Horse-Drawn Carriage
Discover the medieval fortified town of Josselin on board a horse-drawn carriage. To the sound of the hooves of her magnificent carriage horses, Sylviane shares the town's history; revealing all the secrets of its castle, its basilica and the Sainte-Croix district.
There are five daily departures from the river quay in Josselin at 11.00, 14.30, 15.30, 16.30 and 17.30.
The tour lasts approximately one hour.
Prices : Adult: €6, Child (4 -12 years): €4, Child under 4 years: free
For information call 02 97 22 36 43. Information and reservations at the Ploërmel Communauté Tourist Information Offices (in Josselin, Ploërmel, Tréhorenteuc, and La Trinité Porhoët).
Dates: Every Sunday in June, and daily from 5 July to 31 August. A presentation about the town in French is given during the ride. Tour guests also receive a leaflet in other languages (English, German, Spanish, and Italian).
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