- Hiking / Trekking
- Park and garden
- Place or Religious Monument
- Off the beaten track
The rail network is less dense, but by combining buses and trains you can easily organise your visits.
One of the culinary specialities of Shikoku is handmade care-udon, as well as bonito, a kind of fish that is very briefly browned in a frying pan.
A stay in Shikoku is the opportunity to soak up the atmosphere of the Japanese countryside, visit a few of its temples and to hike among the mountains and valleys. Take your time to enjoy the peace and quiet and to recharge your batteries.
In the city of Takamatsu, one of the largest of the island, you can visit the Ritsurikoen garden, which is among the most beautiful in the country, and embark at the port to discover the scenery of the Inland Sea and its multiple islands.