Situated in the west of France, Brettagne (or Brittany) is a relatively unknown part of the country. The countryside is absolutely characteristic of charming Western France—clean, neat and sweet—small, green Catholic coastal hill-stations lined with several churches and sloping black rooftops. Brittany has all the makings of the typically cute sceneries that you grew up drawing as a child—of picturesque houses with windows and a chimney. Here, you can delight in some long stretches of flora, as lovely flower (or ‘fleur’) bushes of petunias, daisies and geraniums line the open green lawns. The town has a picture-book-like setting, almost straight out of an Enid Blyton novel—and the soothing sound of silence surrounds you wherever you go.