On Briol, a holiday destination:
Each of the tracks brings you across mountain meadows covered in wild flowers that make one realise that designers and artists will always have something to aim for.
It was around 1880 when Johanna, the current owner, decided that instead of jewelry, for the birth of her children, she would like each of them to have a piece of mountain. She had 15 children, 14 of whom where females. She built a house with a piece of surrounding ground for each family. However, she imposed three rules which had to be respected: no fences, only to sell to family members, and to maintain everything in respect to nature. Nowadays, Briol still follows the fundamental principles of this choice.
This is what a holiday should be.