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As forests go, I was not that enchanted with Broceliande. In the past it was a huge forest, but now it is mostly in private ownership and a mere shadow of its former self. If you like to camp, there are numerous campgrounds and hiking...More
A beautiful forest in which to spend anything from an hour to a whole day. Way marks were a little erratic, but the paths were well trodden and easy to follow. Fell in love with the Mirror Lake and were visiting at just the right...More
I fell in love with this region in 2002, whilst on holiday in the area. I moved over to live here in 2005, and without doubt the best thing I have done in a long, long while.
You can visit the Forest of Brocéliande and...More
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Broceliande_desti, Destination Broceliande at Broceliande, responded to this reviewResponded 12 February 2016
Wow, thank you for this comment ! We are so glad that you love so much our Destination and you don't hesitate to share your experience with future visitors.
Have a nice day and see you soon in Brocéliande ;)
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I included a day trip to Broceliande, the alleged forest of the Knights of the Round Table, King Arthur, Sir Lancelot and Merlin, in our tour of Bretagne. We visited the tomb of Merlin (a heap of rocks), the Mirror of Fairies (a small lake)...More
The forest of Brocéliande is actually the mythic name for Paimpont forest, just as la Provence is for the south of France. It's a beautiful forest where there are a lot of folkloric legends, some even relating to Merlin and Morgan of the King Arthur...More
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Broceliande_desti, Destination Brocéliande at Broceliande, responded to this reviewResponded 3 October 2013
Thank you for your message, you managed to capture the magic of Brocéliande !
The tourism office open 7 days a week is situated in Paimpont, near the lake and the abbey.
Good luck on your travels...