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Séverine & Mickael DROGOU
16 B Streat Groazoc


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Experience the rugged coastline and relaxed way of life in Brittany at PORSPODER. This charming studio is conveniently located near Bourg and the beaches, less than 500m away. The studio is situated on the ground floor of a detached house and offers enhanced sound insulation for a peaceful stay. With its own independent access door, parking space, terrace, and garden, you'll have everything you need for a comfortable and enjoyable stay.

Inside, you'll find a cozy living room with a dining area, a well-equipped kitchenette, and a comfortable sleeping area with a quality BZ bed for two people. The bathroom features a spacious shower. Step outside and unwind on the deck or take a stroll through the beautiful countryside surroundings.

In addition to the serene setting, this property provides unlimited internet access, a radio, cozy quilts, blankets, and pillows, as well as a car and a baby crib upon request.

Immerse yourself in the stunning landscape of PORSPODER, with its ancient menhirs, dolmens, chapels, and manors. The rental rates vary from 160 to 320 per week depending on the season, with a nightly rate of 50. Discounts are available for longer stays.

Get ready for a warm welcome, unbeatable service, and a holiday tailored to your expectations at this seaside accommodation.


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To reach the Land of Iroise, you have several transportation options:

- If you prefer to travel by train, you can take the SNCF train to the Brest station. For more information and tickets, you can visit the website or call 08 36 35 35 39.

- If you prefer to fly, you can take a plane to Brest - Brittany Airport. For more information, you can visit the website or call 02 98 32 01 00.

- If you prefer to travel by boat, you have two options. You can choose either Brittany Ferries or Irish Ferries, both departing from Roscoff. For more information, you can visit the website or call Brittany Ferries at 02 98 29 28 00 or Irish Ferries at 02 98 61 17 17. The journey from Roscoff takes approximately 50 minutes.

- If you prefer to drive, there are several routes you can take. The N Expressway 12 is a free road that connects Rennes to Brest, covering a distance of 250 km. The N Expressway 165 is another free road that connects Nantes to Brest, covering a distance of 310 km. If you are coming from Paris, the distance to Brest is approximately 600 km.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
1 59 59 160 380 OUI
Apartment 1 60 70 200 380 NON
Holiday Home 1 70 80 NON


Animals Allowed


  • Phare de Saint-Mathieu: Located about 5 kilometers northwest of Porspoder, this historic lighthouse offers stunning panoramic views of the Brittany coastline. Visitors can explore the lighthouse and its museum, which showcases the region's maritime history.
  • Pointe de Corsen: Situated at the westernmost point of mainland France, Pointe de Corsen is a beautiful natural site near Porspoder. It features rugged cliffs, picturesque coastal paths, and breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Île Vierge: Just off the coast of Porspoder, Île Vierge is home to the tallest stone lighthouse in Europe. This iconic landmark attracts visitors with its remarkable architecture and offers guided tours, allowing you to climb to the top for panoramic views of the surrounding area.
  • Plage de Melon: Located approximately 6 kilometers southeast of Porspoder, Plage de Melon is a picturesque sandy beach renowned for its natural beauty. With its clear waters and peaceful surroundings, it is an ideal spot for a relaxing day by the sea.
  • Musée des Phares et Balises: Situated in the nearby town of Ouessant, this museum is dedicated to lighthouses and navigational aids. It offers a fascinating insight into the history and technology behind these structures, showcasing various artifacts and exhibits.
  • Chapel Saint-Herbot: Situated about 10 kilometers southeast of Porspoder, this charming chapel dates back to the 16th century. It features stunning stained glass windows and a tranquil atmosphere, making it a peaceful place to visit and appreciate its architectural beauty.
  • Plouarzel Menhir: Located around 7 kilometers south of Porspoder, this ancient standing stone is a significant archaeological site. The Plouarzel Menhir stands at an impressive height of 6 meters and is believed to date back to the Neolithic period.
  • Maison des Abers: Situated in Plouguerneau, approximately 15 kilometers east of Porspoder, this museum showcases the history and culture of the Abers region. It features exhibits on local traditions, fishing practices, and the impact of the sea on the community.
  • Plage de Trez-Hir: Located in Plougonvelin, about 15 kilometers southeast of Porspoder, this expansive sandy beach is a popular destination for water sports enthusiasts. It offers a range of activities such as sailing, kayaking, and kiteboarding, along with stunning views of the coastline. 10. Le Conquet: Situated approximately 20 kilometers southeast of Porspoder, Le Conquet is a charming coastal town known for its picturesque harbor and historic buildings. Visitors can explore its narrow streets, enjoy fresh seafood at local restaurants, and take boat trips to nearby islands.

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