Day trip South-Carnac
Trip Start May 28, 2013
47Trip End Jul 30, 2013
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Carnac standing stones
Then straight to see the Menhirs and Dolmens, standing stones, of Carnac. There are two main groups of stone alignments at Carnac, which are known as the Menec and Kermario alignments. The alignments are 12 converging rows of menhirs stretching more than a kilometre with the remains of a stone circle at either end. The largest stones are around 4m high.
They are thought to pre-date stonehenge by around 100 years, some may date to as old as 4500 BC. They're a mysterious collection of rocks and the orientation of the alignments target the sunsets at both solstices.
The traditional fare of Carnac is crêpes, and we tried both sweet and savoury crêpes-the latter called Galettes.
and the other thing the Bretons love-their hats: