On the north coast of Brittany, you will discover the island of Île de Bréhat, which is surrounded by countless cliffs and 86 small islets. The 3.5-kilometre-long and 1.5-kilometre-wide main island of Bréhat (Breton: Enez Vriad) is separated from the mainland only by a narrow strait.
It is divided into a north and a south island, which are connected by the Pont Vauban. L'île des fleurs et des rochers roses (Island of flowers and pink rocks) - this is the nickname of Île de Bréhat. The first attribute describes the southern island with its pretty manor houses, lovely landscapes and lush vegetation. The north, on the other hand, is characterised by a striking rocky coastline with wild, rugged nature and only a few houses.
- Île de Bréhat - Flower Island is among the 10 best rated Tourist Attractions in France.