Rent a beachfront, with access to the beaches by a pedestrian path. Fully equipped. In a village with no traffic. Outdoor terrace with furniture.
5 roomsLiveable floor area : 860 Sq.ft.
- View : Sea/ocean, country side, courtyard, farmland, pedestrianized street
- Kids welcome
- Setting : Country setting, Peaceful
- Sandy beach at 990'
- Golf, Festival, Horse riding, Fishing
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In a breton village comprised of farm stone grouped around a chapel of the 16 th century, the apartment can accommodate 4 adults over a child. The kaolin white sandy beach is 300 m away and is within walking distance. On the ground floor a large room of 40 m2 as living room and meals. A bar connects the kitchen to the meal. Fully furnished, with washing machine and dishwasher. WC and washbasin in the input. Flat screen TV, WiFi. Independent, electrical underfloor heating with thermostat. Terrace with garden furniture and outdoor barbecue. Upstairs, a bedroom with a double bed, another bedroom with two single beds, plus extra bed. A bathroom with toilet and two washbasins. Parking on the pinion. The insured stay calm.
Interior Stone-Built House with View: sea/ocean, country side, courtyard, ...
Exterior Gîte - Self Catering in Setting: country setting, peaceful
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Leisure, Surroundings, Location Home 19687
The Gulf of Morbihan is a small inland sea from the Atlantic ocean. Thirty of these islands are today inhabited, and two of them form a municipality: Arz and the Ile aux moines. The Gulf of Morbihan ('small sea' in breton) which gave its name to the Department, is now the flagship of southern Brittany destination. Many megalithic monuments attest to human presence as early as the Neolithic in Ploemeur. In 1666, the East India Company settled on the Heath of the Faouëdic belonging to Ploemeur. The city of Lorient, whose suburbs remain ploemeurois until 1791, develops. Until the end of the revolution. In the 18th and 19th centuries, activities related to fishing, especially sardines, are very important. During the second world war, Lann-Bihoué airfield was built by the will of the Germans. Ploemeur is a tourist destination with its beaches, coves, ports of Lomener or Kerroc'h ' h. The 60 km of hiking trails to discover chapels, megaliths, stone villages... Many pedestrian-cycling routes built along the coastline and inland are available to hikers. The municipality has also a golf course overlooking the sea and a large leisure pool. It is located in the Park Technologique de Soye of high technology companies.
Location AccessHouse Ploemeur
You arrive by the «4-way valves Brest». Pass the two outputs Lorient. Exit at: Ploemeur, (Queven, Pont Scorff, airport). At this time, still you have ¼ hour drive. Call to notify of your arrival. Take direction Ploemeur. In Ploemeur, follow the road signs that make you bypass downtown to the right and take direction Fort Bloque (Keragan in Breton).