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Barbora Kairyte
25 Chemin de Penfrat


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Property type Quantity
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Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
3 110 110
(3 pers.)
1 160 180
Notes: 4 pers.


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  • Quimper Cathedral (Cathédrale Saint-Corentin de Quimper) - Located in the nearby city of Quimper, Quimper Cathedral is a stunning Gothic masterpiece. It features intricate stained glass windows, impressive bell towers, and beautiful sculptures. The cathedral also houses a museum displaying religious artifacts.
  • Pointe du Raz - Situated on the westernmost tip of Brittany, Pointe du Raz offers breathtaking views of the rugged coastline and the Atlantic Ocean. This natural site is perfect for hiking, photography, and birdwatching. It is a designated Grand Site of France and attracts visitors with its dramatic cliffs and crashing waves.
  • Locronan - A picturesque medieval village, Locronan is known for its well-preserved architecture and charming cobblestone streets. The village has been featured in several movies due to its authentic ambiance. Visitors can explore the historic buildings, browse local craft shops, and enjoy traditional Breton cuisine.
  • Odet River - The Odet River runs through the town of Quimper and offers scenic boat trips. As you cruise along the river, you can admire the lush green landscapes, elegant mansions, and the charming Sainte-Catherine footbridge. The Odet is also popular for kayaking and fishing.
  • Pont-Aven - This quaint town is famous for its association with renowned artists such as Paul Gauguin and Emile Bernard. Pont-Aven is known for its vibrant art scene, picturesque harbor, and traditional Breton architecture. Visitors can explore art galleries, visit Gauguin's former residence, and enjoy the town's scenic beauty.
  • Les Glénan Islands - Located off the coast of Concarneau, the Les Glénan Islands are a group of small, uninhabited islands known for their crystal-clear waters and sandy beaches. The islands are a popular spot for sailing, kayaking, and snorkeling. A boat tour allows visitors to experience the pristine beauty of these secluded islands.
  • Concarneau Ville Close - Concarneau is a fortified town with its historic center, known as Ville Close. Surrounded by ancient walls, Ville Close is a pedestrian-only area filled with shops, restaurants, and narrow streets. The impressive Concarneau Castle stands at its center, offering a glimpse into the town's medieval past.
  • The Bigouden Coast - Stretching along the southern coast of Brittany, the Bigouden Coast is characterized by its rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, and charming fishing villages. Popular spots along this scenic coastline include Penmarch, Guilvinec, and Saint-Guénolé, offering opportunities for coastal walks, seafood tastings, and exploring traditional Breton culture.
  • Haliotika - Located in Guilvinec, Haliotika is a modern and interactive fishing discovery center. Visitors can learn about the local fishing industry, watch fishermen bring in their catch, and even participate in workshops on fish filleting and cooking. The center also houses an aquarium showcasing various marine species. 10. Cornouaille Golf Club - Situated in La Forêt-Fouesnant, the Cornouaille Golf Club offers a picturesque setting for golf enthusiasts. The 18-hole course overlooks the Bay of Concarneau and provides a challenging yet enjoyable experience for players of all levels. The club also features a restaurant and stunning views of the surrounding countryside.

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