by Alejandro Ronard Alem.- The first images that future tourists discovers while planning their first trip to France are the Eiffel Tower, Palace of Versailles, the Louvre, the Castles of the Loire, the French Riviera and La Champagne Region, among others.
But not many tourists know that only an hour flight from Paris emerges from a particular geographic location the Brittany region of Finisterre, which translated literally means “where the land ends”.
According to the distinctly regional Celtic language, Breton -which is related to Cornish and Welsh – Finistere is called as PENN-ar-BED, that can be translated as “the head of the world” . Historically, this is a region that has been always opened by sea to world trade, and that has shaped the working character of its inhabitants. The Finistere is now a hyper connected territory, with an excellence in technology, especially in research linked to numerical development particularly in the agro-industrial and defense sectors: that inserted in the Cluster of Brittany.