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Hameau de ty guip - Tréméoc



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Nestled amidst nature's embrace, where land meets sea, lies a tranquil sanctuary that promises a refined and lavish experience. Discover the allure of our spacious rooms, boasting a generous terrace spanning 30 m², where you can revel in the serenity far away from any disturbances. Immerse yourself in the captivating ambiance of our surroundings, whether it be the vast expanse of fine sandy beaches or the secluded coves. Allow our attentive hosts to cater to your every need, as you indulge in the subtle pleasures that await. Shh... happiness awaits you here, concealed within.


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The villa of Guip is situated in the commune of Tréméoc, conveniently located between Quimper and Bridge-the Abbot. It enjoys easy access to the expressway, making it easily reachable from various modes of transportation.

If you plan to arrive by plane, the closest airport is the Quimper Airport. You can find more information about the airport at Once you arrive, we will arrange for your transfer to the villa.

For those arriving by TGV, the Quimper Park is the nearest station. Upon your arrival, we will be there to pick you up and transfer you to the villa.

If you prefer to travel by car, here are the directions:
- From Quimper, take the Quimper - Bridge-L Abbot expressway and exit at C 32. Turn left, then continue for 1.5 km. The villa of Guip will be on your left.
- From Bridge-L Abbot, take the Bridge-L Abbot - Quimper expressway and exit at C 31. Turn left under the bridge, then turn right and continue for 1.5 km. The villa of Guip will be on your left.



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  • Pont-l'Abbé Castle: Located in the nearby town of Pont-l'Abbé, this medieval castle dates back to the 15th century and is a prominent historical attraction. Visitors can explore the castle's interior, which houses a museum showcasing local history and culture.
  • Quimper Cathedral: Situated in the city of Quimper, a short drive from Tréméoc, this stunning Gothic-style cathedral is a must-visit. Its impressive architecture, beautiful stained glass windows, and intricate details make it a significant religious and cultural landmark in the region.
  • Pointe du Raz: Located on the westernmost point of Brittany, Pointe du Raz offers breathtaking panoramic views of the rugged coastline. Visitors can take scenic walks along the coastal paths, admire the dramatic cliffs, and witness the powerful crashing waves. It is a popular spot for nature lovers and photographers.
  • Locronan: This picturesque village, known for its well-preserved medieval architecture, is often referred to as one of the most beautiful villages in France. Strolling through its charming streets, visitors can admire half-timbered houses, historic landmarks, and traditional craft shops. Locronan has also been a popular filming location for several movies.
  • Glenan Islands: A group of small islands located off the coast of Brittany, the Glenan Islands are a paradise for nature enthusiasts and beach lovers. The crystal-clear turquoise waters, sandy beaches, and vibrant marine life make it an ideal destination for swimming, snorkeling, and sailing.
  • Odet River: Flowing through the town of Quimper, the Odet River is one of the most scenic waterways in Brittany. Boat trips along the river offer stunning views of the surrounding countryside, lush greenery, and historic landmarks. Many consider it as one of the most beautiful rivers in France.
  • Eckmühl Lighthouse: Situated near the fishing port of Penmarc'h, the Eckmühl Lighthouse is a striking landmark standing at a height of 213 feet. Visitors can climb to the top for panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and the surrounding coastal landscape. The lighthouse also houses a small museum showcasing its maritime history.
  • Breton Museum (Musée de la Faïence de Quimper): Located in Quimper, this museum is dedicated to the traditional Breton pottery known as Quimper faience. It exhibits a vast collection of beautifully decorated ceramics, showcasing the region's rich cultural heritage and craftsmanship.
  • Audierne Bay: Offering stunning coastal scenery, Audierne Bay is a popular destination for beach activities, water sports, and coastal walks. It is particularly known for its long sandy beaches, impressive sand dunes, and picturesque fishing villages. 10. Bigouden Museum: Situated in Pont-l'Abbé, the Bigouden Museum provides insights into the local culture and traditions of the Bigouden region. It features exhibits on traditional costumes, fishing heritage, and the art of lace-making, allowing visitors to delve into the area's history and folklore. These tourist attractions near Hameau de ty guip offer a diverse range of experiences, from historical landmarks and natural wonders to cultural museums and charming villages.