OPTION 1. original format Pdf version using the Javelin reader. Read on your computer, iPad or Android tablet
OPTION 2. Re-flowed for Kindle - read anywhere
Language: English ISBN: 978-0-9568699-3-7
The walks are the same but the book's layout has been adapted to Kindle's reflowable text format.
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You will be able to read it on any Kindle reader - and with the appropriate free Kindle app from Amazon you will also be able to read it on most other tablets and smartphones including iPhone, iPod, iPad and Androids.
36 circular walks - country, coastal and town - from 5 to 15 kilometres, sorted into short, medium and long, with full directions, schematic maps and background information to enable the general walker or holidaymaker to make the most of this remarkably varied and interesting region.
Morbihan is the department that sits in the middle of southern Brittany. Its name, mor bihan, is Breton for ‘little sea’, a reference to the Gulf of Morbihan where hundreds of tiny islands are scattered across an area of calm water, connected to but sheltered from the Atlantic ocean. The department is well known for its neolithic remains, the most famous of which are the alignments at Carnac, and some of the walks pass lesser known but equally awe-inspiring sites. Others rely on the natural beauty of the countryside, the tranquillity of inland waterways or the everlasting fascination of the sea and coast to afford those images that make walks in Morbihan truly memorable.