The Melrand forest is located in the small eponymous commune whose history began in the 5th century due to the massive arrival of the Bretons driven from Great Britain by the Anglo-Saxons.
Near Gioux, a small village in the centre of France in the Creuse department of the Limousin region, there is a forest of astonishing beauty.
The Lanrivain forest is located in the traditional Breton territory of the Fañch country, where dances, costumes, music and dialects tell the story of Brittany and its unique connection with nature.
The Pézarches forest is located in the eponymous commune, in the department of Seine-et-Marne, about sixty kilometres from Paris.
The Chamonts woods cover an area of 110 ha in the department of Nièvre (Burgundy) on the banks of the Loire near the town of Luthenay Uxeloup.