I asked because I've been planning a bit of cycle touring in the area. Most of the routes I plan for riding in Europe are pretty straightforward - in the Loire Valley, for instance, you ride down the river, near Bordeaux you ride up the coast, etc.
But when it comes to Brittany, the cycleways explode into a network that crisscrosses all over all parts of the region. From a look at Strava heat maps, it appears that there's a lot of equal use of these routes, and there is not really a dominant pathway.
Probably this is good - I can choose where I want to go and there will be a reasonable bicycling route to it and from it.
But that means that my Brittany tour will be guided not by where a primary cycle path goes, but rather where I want to go. And I don't know where I want to go! I've done a little reading and video viewing but I'm not sure.
So! Is there a part or area or particular city in Brittany that is more worth seeing than others? Like is the south or north side of the peninsula preferable? Or the end of the peninsula? Should one traverse the interior or try to trace one of the rocky shores?
I will gaze upon Saint-Michel, but outside of that I'm open. Where are the best places to visit in? Brittany?