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Alexandra Arteaga
29 Avenue de Truro


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"A cozy 1-bedroom accommodation featuring a comfortable bed, attached bathroom, and toilet. Additionally, there is another bedroom with a separate bed for two individuals. The bathroom and WC are located outside the bedrooms. Overall, the space offers a shared bathroom with essential amenities."


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To reach Morlaix from Paris, take the RN12 national road. Once you arrive in Morlaix, exit at the center, then proceed towards Boissiere by following the signs displayed on the billboards.



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extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 54 OUI




  • Viaduct of Morlaix: This iconic bridge spans the town of Morlaix and offers stunning views of the surrounding area. It is an architectural marvel and a must-visit for photography enthusiasts.
  • Morlaix Old Town: Explore the charming cobbled streets and half-timbered houses of Morlaix's historic center. The old town is home to various shops, cafes, and the famous Duchess Anne's House, showcasing the town's rich history.
  • Château du Taureau: Located on an island in the Bay of Morlaix, this 16th-century fortress is accessible by boat. Visitors can explore the castle's ramparts, learn about its fascinating history, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding coastal landscape.
  • Cairn of Barnenez: Considered the world's largest megalithic mausoleum, the Cairn of Barnenez is an ancient burial site dating back over 6,000 years. Visitors can explore the chambered tombs and discover the site's historical significance.
  • Saint-Pol-de-Léon Cathedral: This beautiful Gothic-style cathedral is located in the nearby town of Saint-Pol-de-Léon. Admire the intricate architecture, stained glass windows, and the peaceful atmosphere of this religious landmark.
  • La Maison à Pondalez: Step back in time at this preserved medieval house in Morlaix. The Maison à Pondalez showcases the traditional Breton architecture with its distinctive overhanging wooden galleries and colorful façade.
  • Bay of Morlaix: Take a boat tour or enjoy a leisurely walk along the bay, known for its scenic beauty and tranquil ambiance. The bay is dotted with numerous small islands and offers picturesque views of the coastline.
  • Castle of Kerjean: Situated in the countryside near Saint-Vougay, the Castle of Kerjean is a well-preserved Renaissance-style castle. Visitors can explore its grand halls, gardens, and exhibitions that provide insight into the castle's history.
  • Musee de Morlaix: Discover the local history and culture of Morlaix at this museum. It showcases a diverse collection of artifacts, artwork, and historical objects related to the town and its surrounding region. 10. Plougasnou Beach: Located just a short drive from Morlaix, Plougasnou Beach offers a scenic coastline with sandy shores and crystal-clear waters. It is an ideal spot for relaxing, sunbathing, and enjoying various water activities.

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