Perhaps you are already familiar with the legend …
In the beginning there was the myth, telling of how King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table embarked on a quest to find the Holy Grail in the Forest of Brocéliande.
By centuries old trees, along winding streams, under fantastic twisting branches and around lakes, follow the "Korrigan" virtuous (a fairy or dwarf-like spirit from Breton folklore): it will be delighted to whisper the stories of the Arthurian legends to you.
Whereas the 'Val-without-back' (Valley of No Return) compels fidelity from living souls, the "mirror to the fairies" (Fairy Mirror pond) will open the doors of the magical stories of Brocéliande to you: here we have the "Fountain of youth" (Fountain of Youth), over there we see Merlin's tomb, and further in the distance stands the Chapel of the Holy Grail at Tréhorenteuc.
There are so many richly mysterious places here, so much fire for the imagination! You are walking along a trail, and there stands the Château de Comper at Concoret, rising before your eyes. In former times it played host to mediaeval jousting tournaments and disputes between love rivals. Today, its ancient architecture, transformed over the centuries, stands as a temple to the Arthurian tales and legends.