Treguier is a hamlet near Saint-Brieuc; a bit further east, the walled city Saint-Malo might be somewhat better known. Treguier is a port town on the Treguier River, which goes out to the English Channel. It's pretty isolated; getting there affordably requires flying to Paris and then renting a car to drive the maybe six hours, if I remember correctly. There are trains (of course - because it's Europe, and Europe has an awesome transit system), and Brest even has an airport you can get to from the UK and Spain, but it's best to have a car for exploring the outlying towns.
|Monet's Giverny gardens, on the way out of Paris|
|The medieveal fort at Fougeres, also on the way to Treguier|
|The view from outside our chateau|
|Paimpol, my favorite town in Bretagne|
|Ile-de-Brehat - those are not toyboats, and yes that is a castle on the hill|
|Timber-framed houses in Lannion|
|Celtic festival leading up to Bastille Day, in Ploumanache|
|Crepes and cafe in Treguier outside the cathedral on the square|
Remind me why I ever came back?