Should you find your heart torn between land and sea, you will not be forced to choose in the department of Morbihan in the Brittany region of France. The department offers a variety of different landscapes in a myriad of colours. Just like the Gulf of Morbihan which represents a kind of symbolic treaty of union between the ocean and the Mainland, the region itself, the only French Department with a Breton name (Mor-Bihan means "little sea"), is also a kind of union: between blue-tinged rivers, forests of green and golden shorelines. It will simply take your breath away! Here you will find the Nantes-Brest canal weaving its way through the land; over there stands the Brocéliande forest of Arthurian legend, and further in the distance, the line of the wild coast of Quiberon.