Description

In Brittany, known for its Neolithic menhirs and dolmens, ancient architetural and cultural heritage, the spoken language is Breton. It is a ‘Brithonic Language’ brought from Great Briton to ‘Armorica’, during the early middle ages. It was the language of the upper classes in the 12th century, until it became the langauge of the lower classes when nobilty changed to follow French. It has similarities to Cornish and Welsh, but has its own prepositions and grammar rules. Learn this classic, age old Celtic language and visit this ancient treasure of a land!