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Jacqueline Le Gac
St Michel


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Experience the joy of exploring pristine coastlines and beaches in the great outdoors. In the comfort of the indoors, indulge in the delightful feeling of being sheltered from the winds while enjoying unobstructed views of the sea. The interior is tastefully decorated, creating a cozy and welcoming atmosphere. Amenities include private parking, garden furniture, sun loungers, a BBQ, and a shed for bicycles.

In the charming town of PLOUGUERNEAU, you'll find two supermarkets, a variety of specialty shops, and a lively weekly market on Thursdays. There are plenty of activities to enjoy near the house. Relax on the sandy beach or visit the Corejou harbor, which offers sailing and diving schools, as well as a fishing boat where you can purchase fresh fish, lobsters, and crabs. Embark on coastal trips to discover the breathtaking coastline. Whether you're interested in heritage, nature walks, water sports, or horse riding, Plouguerneau has something for everyone. Regardless of your age or skill level, you'll find a plethora of outdoor activities to suit your preferences.

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Cozy Apartment in Proximity to the Beach... Enjoy a delightful interior featuring a spacious sitting/dining room with access to international TV channels and WiFi. The open, well-equipped kitchen is perfect for preparing meals. The apartment offers two bedrooms, including a master bedroom and another bedroom with three single beds. There is a bathroom with a convenient shower and a separate toilet. Outside, a vast garden awaits, complete with garden furniture, a barbecue, and comfortable sun loungers for ultimate relaxation.


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To get to Plouguerneau from Rennes, head towards St Brieuc, Morlaix, Gouesnou, Lannilis, and finally Plouguerneau. Once you reach the center of Plouguerneau, follow the signs for St Michel.

If you are coming from Roscoff, take the route through St Pol de Léon, Plouescat, Goulven, Kerlouan, and finally Plouguerneau. The property "Vent du Large" is located just 200 meters from "Chapel St Michel."



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Notes: Price from 75,00/night for 2 persons. Contact by phone: + 33 (0) 298045511 after 6 pm. or E-mail
Notes: Price from 75,00 for 2 persons/ night in winter
Notes: Capacity max. 5 Pers. Price from 490,00/week in winter. Contact, indicate number of personsand N° of phone.


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  • Phare de l'Ile Vierge (Lighthouse of Ile Vierge): Located in Plouguerneau, it is the tallest stone lighthouse in Europe and offers panoramic views of the coast and surrounding islands.
  • Les Abers: A natural wonder, Les Abers consists of two river estuaries, Aber Wrac'h and Aber Benoit, merging with the sea. It is a picturesque spot for hiking, boating, and birdwatching.
  • Plage de Saint-Michel-en-Grève (Saint-Michel-en-Grève Beach): A beautiful sandy beach with stunning views and crystal-clear waters, perfect for relaxing, sunbathing, and swimming.
  • Maison des Abers: This visitor center provides information about the local marine environment, flora, fauna, and cultural heritage of the Abers region. It offers interactive exhibits and educational activities.
  • Île de Batz (Batz Island): Take a short ferry ride from Roscoff to reach this charming island with beautiful gardens, sandy beaches, and a lighthouse. Explore the island on foot or by bicycle.
  • Jardin Exotique de Roscoff (Roscoff Exotic Garden): Located in Roscoff, this exotic garden showcases a wide variety of rare and exotic plants from around the world. It offers a peaceful and colorful retreat.
  • Enclos Paroissial de Plougonven (Parish Close of Plougonven): Visit this historic religious site featuring a church, calvary, and ossuary. It is known for its intricate carvings and architectural beauty.
  • Château de Kerjean: Situated near Saint-Vougay, this Renaissance-style castle dates back to the 16th century. Explore its majestic rooms, gardens, and exhibitions that depict life during the Renaissance period.
  • Océanopolis: Located in Brest, this ocean discovery park is a must-visit for all ages. It features three pavilions showcasing different marine ecosystems, with numerous interactive exhibits and live animal displays. 10. Musée de la Pêche (Fishing Museum): Situated in Concarneau, this museum offers a fascinating insight into the history, techniques, and tools used in fishing. It also includes a visit to traditional fishing boats. These attractions near St Michel, Plouguerneau, France, provide a mix of natural beauty, historical sites, cultural experiences, and educational opportunities for tourists to explore and enjoy.

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