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Jacques Campion
11 Bis Rue de Toulmengleuz



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Located in a serene neighborhood near beautiful beaches, a charming harbor, and convenient shops, this accommodation is just a 5-minute drive from downtown. With its close proximity to the city and the countryside, guests can enjoy a peaceful stay surrounded by lush greenery.

Private parking is available for your convenience, and the guest room offers a private bathroom and independent access. Stay connected with high-speed internet and WiFi, and enjoy entertainment with a TV. Additionally, a unique treehouse awaits you, situated 2.50 meters above the ground, offering a cozy and romantic atmosphere. Despite its small size, this treehouse is well-equipped with amenities such as a toilet, shower, terrace, heating, and a TV.


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Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 60 60 oui
(3 pers.)
1 65 70 oui




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  • Musée de la Pêche: Situated in a former fisherman's house, this museum provides insight into the history and traditions of fishing in Concarneau. Visitors can explore various exhibits, including fishing equipment, models of ships, and displays of marine life.
  • Plage des Sables Blancs: Just a short distance from the city center, this beautiful sandy beach offers stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. It is perfect for sunbathing, swimming, and enjoying water sports like surfing and paddleboarding.
  • Château de Keriolet: A short drive from Concarneau, this enchanting castle is surrounded by lush gardens and features a mix of architectural styles. Visitors can take guided tours of the castle's elegant rooms, learn about its history, and enjoy the scenic surroundings.
  • Musée de la Belle Époque: Located in the nearby town of Pont-Aven, this museum takes you back in time to the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It showcases a collection of art, furniture, and objects from the Belle Époque era, providing a glimpse into the lifestyle of the time.
  • Pointe de Trévignon: This scenic coastal area is known for its rugged cliffs, picturesque lighthouse, and panoramic views of the ocean. Visitors can enjoy leisurely walks along the coastal path, explore the surrounding beaches, or indulge in fresh seafood at one of the local restaurants.
  • Les Glenan Islands: A boat trip from Concarneau will take you to the stunning Glenan archipelago, a group of small islands with crystal-clear turquoise waters. It's a paradise for nature lovers, offering opportunities for snorkeling, diving, or simply enjoying the pristine beaches.
  • Marinarium: Situated in the nearby town of Lorient, Marinarium is an aquarium and research center dedicated to marine life. Visitors can observe a wide variety of species, including colorful fish, sharks, and sea turtles, as well as learn about ongoing marine conservation efforts. These attractions offer a mix of historical, cultural, and natural beauty, providing visitors to Concarneau with an array of options to explore during their stay.

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