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Failler Thierry
Kéréon 29730 Tréffiagat/Léchiagat



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Located in the heart of the beautiful Bigouden Country, our gite offers an ideal setting for both energetic and culturally enriching holidays. Nestled within lush green surroundings, this property is conveniently situated near the charming fishing port of Guilvinec, making it the perfect starting point for all your excursions. Immerse yourself in the rich history and beauty of the area by exploring renowned sites such as the Pointe de la Torche, the majestic cathedral and old town of Quimper, the picturesque village of Locronan, the vibrant city of Concarneau, the enchanting town of Douarnenez, and the breathtaking Glénan and Sein islands. For a glimpse of what awaits you, please visit our website where you'll find a collection of stunning photos and availability information. We look forward to welcoming you soon!


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To exit Quimper, head towards Pont labbé on the expressway. Once you reach Pont labbé, continue in the direction of Guilvinec. After you pass the sign indicating the entry into Guilvinec, make a left turn towards Tréffiagat. Drive for about 1 km and you will reach the hamlet of Kéréon. At the crossroads, turn left and you will find the house.



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