La Gacilly

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  • Day14

    La Gacilly, artistic village

    August 9, 2016 in France

    We listened to Thomas's advice and took a tour around this artistic village. Little stone houses with colorful doors and windows are really charming! And the flowers- they are everywhere(in all of the villages around the country actually)-so pretty!

    The outdoor photo exhibition of famous photographers is so big, we were blown away! We didn't expect such large thing in a such a small village. Some of the photos are so big and beautiful, they're even exhibited on a house fascades. Amazing. Some of the others were put in a spiral labirinth under the trees. Magical.

    The whole exhibition is strategicaly set through the whole village, so you have the time to really feel the vibe(of people, streets and photos-some of them really left an impact) It actually takes quite a walk if you want to see the whole thing. It took us three hours!(with short coffee break) Time well spent! 👍
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  • Day7

    After a quick visit to the bay of Morbihan and to see the salt garden, we left the coast and headed inland to the forest Brocéliande. As per legend, this forest is the place the story of Merlin originated. Yes, it was not in England, the English apparently took the character and used it in the King Arthur story. Our final stop of this trip brought us to La Gacilly, a little artistic village and the birth place of Yves Rocher. With a delicious organic dinner ended our little holiday in Bretagne, a very nice experience.Read more

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