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M Le Maguer
5 rue de la grande plage



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We eagerly anticipate your arrival at our cozy house, perfectly situated on the stunning Gavres peninsula, mere moments away from the enchanting beach. Nestled in a lush environment that guarantees tranquility, you can bask in serene moments while indulging in the blissful ambiance of our shaded garden.


Appréciations pour Le Petit Mansart - Presqu'île de Gâvres, Gavres:

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Review by: Corinne Wolf, Fev 20 2017 3:27PM
Cela fait plusieurs années de suite que nous logeons au Petit Mansart à Gâvres, et nous avons toujours été accueillis avec le sourire, notre séjour et la table d'hôtes ont été très agréables et nous continuons à y retourner chaque été ! La maîtresse des lieux est une vraie professionnelle et nous sommes à chaque fois ravis de passer quelques jours en été chez elle !

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If you are traveling by car, take the N24 from Rennes, Vannes, and Quimper, and then onto the N165. Look for the exit labeled "Port Louis" and take it. After driving for 3.2 km from the exit, you will reach the Kernours roundabout. From here, follow the signs for "Carnac-Quiberon" and continue for about 800 meters. Then, follow the signs for "Gâvres". Stay on the D158 road and head towards Plouhinec, always following the signs for Gâvres. This route will lead you to one of the most beautiful beaches in the south of Brittany. You are on the road to the Gâvres peninsula.



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extra bed
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3 67.5 77.5 20 oui




  • Plage de Gâvres: Located just a short walk away from 5 rue de la grande plage, Gâvres Beach is a stunning sandy beach known for its scenic beauty. It offers visitors a chance to relax, swim, sunbathe, and enjoy various water sports activities.
  • Fort de Gâvres: Situated on the eastern tip of Gâvres Peninsula, Fort de Gâvres is a historic fortification that dates back to the 17th century. It played a significant role in the defense of Lorient and offers panoramic views of the coastline.
  • Île de Groix: Accessible by ferry from Lorient, Île de Groix is a picturesque island known for its rugged coastline, beautiful beaches, and charming villages. Visitors can explore the island by bike or on foot, discovering its rich natural beauty and unique culture.
  • Lorient: Just a short drive from Gâvres, the city of Lorient offers a range of attractions including the Eric Tabarly Sailing Museum, the Submarine Base, and the Keroman Submarine Pens. Lorient is also famous for its annual Interceltic Festival, celebrating Celtic culture.
  • Port-Louis: Located across the bay from Lorient, Port-Louis is a fortified town with a rich maritime history. Attractions include the National Maritime Museum, the Citadel, and the beautiful Plage de Port-Louis beach.
  • Carnac: A short drive from Gâvres, Carnac is renowned for its prehistoric megalithic sites. The Carnac Stones, consisting of thousands of standing stones arranged in rows, are a must-visit attraction. The town itself also offers charming streets, restaurants, and shops.
  • Quiberon: Situated on a peninsula, Quiberon is a popular seaside resort town known for its beautiful beaches and vibrant atmosphere. Visitors can enjoy water sports, explore the rugged coastline, visit the Quiberon Bay lighthouse, or take a boat trip to Belle-Île-en-Mer.
  • Pont-Aven: Famous for its association with the post-impressionist painter Paul Gauguin, Pont-Aven is a picturesque village with a rich artistic heritage. Visitors can explore art galleries, stroll along the scenic riverbanks, and sample delicious local cuisine.
  • Vannes: Located approximately 45 minutes away from Gâvres, Vannes is a charming medieval town with well-preserved city walls and timber-framed houses. The Old Town, with its cobbled streets and half-timbered buildings, is a delight to explore. Don't miss the stunning Vannes Cathedral and the picturesque port area. 10. Auray: Situated on the banks of the Auray River, this historic town is known for its quaint harbor and charming old streets. The Saint-Goustan district, with its colorful buildings, art galleries, and waterfront restaurants, is particularly popular among visitors. The town also hosts a weekly market where you can find local produce and crafts.

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