Around the world in Brittany
In the day
Destination : Ile de Pâques,Tibet
A world tour in Brittany: who would have believed it? OuesTyBus takes you on a trip to the unusual.
Brittany Estearn Island : la Vallée des Saints
Unique in the world in the heart of Brittany, the Valley of the Saints or «Easter Island Bretonne » is in perpetual artistic creation. The aim is to implant 1000 monumental sculptures carved from Breton granite. It is also a breathtaking view with a 360° across the Poher valley.
And if you are a Saint, you will surely find your first name…
Le Tibet : une région des hauts plateaux située au nord de l’Himalaya à…Plouray
Finally cool!!! Ouestybus takes you to visit the Buddhist center Tibetan Drukpa line, the most important in Europe.
The serenity of the place is conducive to relaxation, meditation and walking. After taking care to remove yourself, you will be able to enter the temple or stupa to admire impressive statues. You will have the opportunity to run the prayer mill.
But attention : only clockwise.
After having picked up all the passengers at their accommodation, we will accompany you on board our mini-car.
Direction : l’Ile de pâques, le Tibet
La Vallée des saints
Free time to admire not moai like on the very famous Easter island off the coast of Chile, but saints from Brittany dominating the landscape.
Lunch break. You can have lunch in the many restaurants or bring your picnic.
Tibetan Buddhist Drukpa Center
Free time to discover in a secluded, calm nature, conducive to serenity and meditation the Tibetan Buddhist center of the Drupka lineage, the most important in Europe.
Retour vers :
18h – Rosporden
18h30 – Concarneau
19h – Quimper
Is included in the price of your excursion:
- A nice driver
- A comfortable and air-conditioned vehicle
- A pick-up and drop-off at the designated appointment point
Extra charge on site and depending on your excursion:
- Billet d’entrée pour les monuments, musées…( l’entrée de la Vallée des Saints est gratuite )
- Tasting and restoration
- Drinks and personal spending