Saint-Suliac, France

Sheltering in place has left me with a lot of time on my hands. As a result, I have more time for blogging, and I have much to blog about after our recent trip to France.

Saint-Suliac located in Brittany is one of Les Plus Beaux Villages de France, an official designation given to approximately 100 villages in France in order to promote tourism. This seaside hamlet is well worth a visit.

The narrow, winding streets and brightly colored shutters add charm to this already quaint village.

We had a delicious lunch at Le Bistro de la Greve. This local gem has incredibly friendly staff and creative, beautifully presented dishes.

I highly recommend a visit to Saint-Suliac, but visit on a warm day. We were there a few weeks ago and the wind was icy and ferocious! We hope to visit again someday when the weather is nice and more suitable for exploring.

Check out the other blogs I have written about Les Plus Beaux Villages de France.

Roussillon

Moustiers-Saint-Marie

A Week in Provence

Have you visited any of the most beautiful villages in France? If so, I would love to hear from you!

8 Comments Add yours

  1. Lisa Baker says:

    What beautiful photos!!

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  2. Terri says:

    What is that dessert? It looks amazing

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    1. It was a type of cake with all sorts of lovely additions!

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    2. Ice cream, ginger cake, meringue and lemon curd; c’etait delieux!

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  3. Great Photos, love life on the water’s edge. Nothing like the seaside villages of Europe here. Most recent, Dover, England several years ago. We are less than 1/2 mile from Wicomico River on MD’s Eastern Shore. A 20 minute boat ride gets us to Chesapeake Bay.

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    1. Thanks for your comment! It sounds like you live in a lovely place. When we’re not traveling (especially now) we are just a few miles from Puget Sound in WA. I love being close to the water.

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