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  1. As a holiday region, it is Brittany's coasts that attract the greatest number of visitors; the inland regions have attracted many second-home owners from other parts of France, and from Britain. [ citation needed ] In cultural terms, Brittany has its own language and Celtic cultural tradition that set it apart from the rest of France.

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    In 2018, Region Brittany's gross domestic product reached 99 billion euros. It was the ninth richest region in France and it produced 4% of the national GDP. The Breton GDP per capita was around 29,694 euros in 2018. It was lower than the French result, 30,266 euros, below the European one, 30,900 euros.

  3. Brittany is a diverse region in northwestern France and a historic country with a distinct identity, sharing much of its Celtic heritage with Cornwall and Wales, mostly known internationally for its crêpes.

  4. Brittany, lying in the northwest corner of France, is one of the great historic provinces of France. The most Atlantic of France's regions, Brittany is proud of its Celtic heritage, that sets it apart from the rest of France. It it enjoys a mild climate somewhat warmer though not necessarily drier than the climate of the southwest of England.

  5. A cosy, double glazed and centrally heated stone cottage set in peaceful surroundings in the heart of beautiful Brittany. Being just about slap-bang in the centre of the region, it is ideally placed for those taking a leisurely house hunting break or as somewhere to simply get away from it all for a couple of months or more.

  6. Right breed for you? Brittany information including personality, history, grooming, pictures, videos, and the AKC breed standard.

  7. Brittany contributes its share to France's 500 cheeses and there are many artisan producers, particularly of fresh goats' milk cheeses. For a milder taste choose a "brebis", a ewe's milk cheese from the black faced moorland sheep native to the region.