English language guided tours in Brittany

Take a walk with an archaeologist.

Join me as I visit some of the fascinating prehistoric sites of Brittany. From July 2021 I will be offering a range of half-day and full-day guided tours in the Breton countryside.

Faites une promenade avec un archéologue.
Rejoignez-moi pour visiter certains des sites préhistoriques fascinants de la Bretagne. 
A partir de juillet 2021 je proposerai une gamme de visites guidées à la demi-journée
et à la journée dans la campagne bretonne. 

Veuillez noter que dans un avenir prévisible, toutes les visites seront en anglais.

Brittany is rightly famous for some of the most spectacular prehistoric sites you'll find anywhere in Europe, from the awesome alignments of megaliths at Carnac to the beautifully carved interior of Gavrinis in the Gulf of Morbihan.

Some of these sites are open to the public as paid attractions with museum displays and plenty of memorabilia on sale. You can, of course, visit these as and when you wish without the need for a specialist guide. What is not so widely known is that there are literally hundreds of other sites dotted around the region that don't form part of the regular tourist route. Many are just as spectacular in their own ways and these are the sites I'd love to show you.

Bespoke Itineraries

If you'd like to visit any specific sites not included in my tours, please contact me using the form at the bottom of the page. Wherever possible I will be happy to put a bespoke itinerary together that satisfies your tastes.

For details of our tours check the navigation menu

Bookings are available now. If you would like to find out more please use the contact form or email phil@timetrailsinbrittany.fr

*Owing to current Covid 19 restrictions I will not be providing transport, but I will be happy to escort you to a range of sites in my own vehicle and then guide you, taking into account all the necessary requirements for social distancing.



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