The Tour de Bretagne is open to all classic, historic and replica cars built before 31 December 1994 - although we will accept more modern vehicles if they are particularly interesting.
The event isn´t a rally but a leisurely, untimed drive in the company of fellow enthusiasts. The Tour route on both Friday and Saturday is no more than 130 miles long and, where possible, follows scenic back roads through the un-spoilt Breton countryside with ample time allowed for you to explore some of the towns and villages along the way.
The first day will start on the morning of Friday 21st June near St Malo enabling participants to travel on the previous day or evening Brittany Ferries services from Portsmouth. Most clients opt to make their own ferry arrangements although, if you prefer, we can make these travel arrangements for you.
On Saturday 22nd June we´ll be following a circular route through the lovely countryside along the Breton/Normandy border and, each evening, we´ll rendezvous for dinner at the delightful Hotel-Restaurant du Lion d´Or in St Brice en Cogles. The entry fee of £700 for a crew of two includes accommodation and dinner each night.
On Sunday you are free to return home or to extend your stay in Brittany.