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Aber Wracht


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Description for B&B:

We provide you with the opportunity to own a fully furnished villa at the price of a 1 bedroom apartment. This villa offers a separate toilet, a spacious bedroom, and a well-equipped kitchen. Additionally, it grants easy access to the GR 34 hiking trail and features a terrace that offers breathtaking views of the sea.

Description for Gite

Experience a delightful stay at our newly renovated cottage, recognized as a 3-star accommodation by Gîtes de France. Ideal for 2 to 3 guests, this charming retreat boasts a spacious 20m2 bedroom, a cozy living room that opens up to a sea-facing terrace, complete with a well-equipped kitchenette. Additionally, the cottage features a modern shower room and a separate toilet for your convenience.


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To reach Lannilis, start by heading towards Plouguerneau. Once you arrive in Plouguerneau, follow the signs towards Lannilis. Rest assured, when you make your reservation, we will provide you with detailed directions for the final kilometer as well as maps to help you find your way.



Property type Quantity
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Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
Apartment 1 55 70 10
Holiday Home 1 320 640


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  • Lighthouse of Aber Wracht: Located in Aber Wrac'h, this picturesque lighthouse offers stunning views of the surrounding coastline. Visitors can climb to the top for panoramic vistas and learn about the history of the lighthouse.
  • Phare de l'Ile Vierge: Situated on the nearby Île Vierge, this is the tallest stone lighthouse in Europe. Visitors can take a boat trip to the island and explore the lighthouse, enjoying breathtaking views from its observation deck.
  • Plage de Saint-Cava: This beautiful sandy beach is a popular spot for sunbathing, swimming, and picnicking. It offers a tranquil atmosphere and scenic views of the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Chapelle Saint-Samson: Located in Plouguerneau, this charming medieval chapel dates back to the 16th century. It features intricate stained glass windows and a peaceful atmosphere, making it a great place for quiet reflection.
  • Pointe de Corsen: Situated at the westernmost point of Brittany, Pointe de Corsen offers dramatic cliffs and rugged coastal scenery. It's a great spot for hiking, photography, and enjoying the power of the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Maison des Abers: This cultural center in Plouguerneau showcases the history, culture, and natural heritage of the Abers region. Visitors can learn about the local flora, fauna, and traditional maritime activities through interactive exhibits and displays.
  • Île de Batz: A short boat trip from Roscoff, Île de Batz is a small island known for its beautiful gardens and sandy beaches. Visitors can explore the island by foot or bicycle, visit the botanical garden, and enjoy the peaceful island atmosphere.
  • Phare du Four: Located on the tiny Île de l'Îlot du Four, this lighthouse is a popular destination for boat trips and offers stunning views of the rugged coastline. It's a great spot for nature enthusiasts and photographers.
  • Plougonvelin Fort: Situated in Plougonvelin, this 17th-century fortification overlooks the sea and offers panoramic views of the surrounding area. Visitors can explore the historic site and learn about its military significance. 10. Aber Benoît: This estuary, located near Aber Wrac'h, is a natural paradise for birdwatchers and nature lovers. It offers a rich ecosystem and beautiful walking paths along the river, providing opportunities to spot various bird species. Please note that opening hours and accessibility of these attractions may vary, so it's recommended to check their websites or contact them directly before visiting.

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