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Nelly Savina
Bourg de Meilars
Comfort Meilars


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Each rental at our property offers a spacious living/dining room, fully equipped kitchen, modern bathroom, separate toilet, and two to three comfortable bedrooms located on the upper floor. All of these rooms provide a lovely view of the charming courtyard and well-maintained garden. Additionally, guests have access to a delightful games room and a traditional bread oven, adding to the unique experience of their stay.


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Head straight to Quimper using the fast track. Once you reach Quimper, take the south exit leading to Pointe du Raz.



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Holiday Home 4 220 390




  • Quimper (10 km): Quimper is a charming city known for its well-preserved medieval center. The city is famous for its stunning Cathedral of Saint Corentin and the Musée des Beaux-Arts, which houses an impressive collection of artwork. Quimper also offers picturesque streets lined with half-timbered houses, cozy cafes, and shops selling traditional Breton crafts.
  • Pointe du Raz (13 km): Pointe du Raz is a breathtaking headland located on the westernmost point of Brittany. It offers stunning coastal scenery with rugged cliffs, crashing waves, and panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean. Visitors can explore the walking trails that lead to the point, visit the lighthouse, and witness the power of nature at this UNESCO-listed site.
  • Locronan (15 km): Locronan is a beautifully preserved medieval village known for its well-preserved architecture. The village's cobblestone streets, traditional stone houses, and charming squares create a unique atmosphere. Locronan is also known for its craft shops, where visitors can find handmade ceramics, textiles, and more.
  • Douarnenez (18 km): Douarnenez is a picturesque fishing port that offers a glimpse into the region's maritime heritage. The Port-Musée showcases a collection of traditional boats, while the lively Port Rhu area is filled with shops, cafes, and galleries. The town also hosts various festivals throughout the year, including a maritime festival that celebrates the local fishing industry.
  • La Pointe de la Torche (35 km): La Pointe de la Torche is a popular spot for outdoor enthusiasts, especially surfers and nature lovers. It is known for its beautiful sandy beach, dunes, and rugged coastline. Visitors can enjoy walks along the coastal path, witness impressive waves, and take in the scenic beauty of this natural site.
  • Concarneau (40 km): Concarneau is a fortified town located on a peninsula. The highlight of the town is its well-preserved walled city, which is accessible via a stone bridge. Inside the walls, visitors can explore narrow streets filled with shops, restaurants, and the famous Ville Close, a medieval fortress. The town also offers beautiful beaches and a bustling fishing port.
  • Pont-Aven (45 km): Pont-Aven is a charming village known for its association with the art movement of the same name. The town's picturesque riverside setting and beautiful old mills have inspired many artists over the years. Visitors can explore art galleries, visit the Musée de Pont-Aven, and enjoy the scenic beauty of the surrounding countryside. These attractions offer a mix of cultural, natural, and historical experiences, allowing visitors to explore the diverse offerings of the region surrounding Bourg de Meilars.

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