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Pascal Amelot
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Appréciations pour Bnb La Néo Bretonne, Minihy-tréguier:

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Review by: ARMELE, Fev 27 2024 2:14PM
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  • Tréguier Cathedral: Located just a short distance from 21 Le Bourg, Tréguier Cathedral is a magnificent Gothic-style cathedral that dates back to the 14th century. It features stunning stained glass windows and intricate architectural details.
  • Jardin du Kestellic: Situated in Plouguiel, near Minihy-tréguier, Jardin du Kestellic is a beautiful botanical garden that spans over 2.5 hectares. Visitors can explore various themed gardens, including a Japanese garden, a Mediterranean garden, and a rose garden.
  • Château de la Roche-Jagu: This medieval castle is located in Ploëzal, a short drive from Minihy-tréguier. Set amidst lush greenery, the castle offers guided tours that take visitors through its rich history and offers breathtaking views of the Trieux estuary.
  • Bréhat Island: Known as the "Island of Flowers," Bréhat Island is located off the coast of Paimpol, near Minihy-tréguier. This picturesque island is car-free and offers stunning landscapes, charming villages, and beautiful beaches. Visitors can explore the island by foot or rent bicycles.
  • Beauport Abbey: Situated in Paimpol, Beauport Abbey is a former Cistercian monastery that dates back to the 13th century. It is surrounded by extensive gardens and offers guided tours where visitors can learn about its history and enjoy the peaceful ambiance.
  • Ploumanac'h Lighthouse: Located in Perros-Guirec, a short drive from Minihy-tréguier, Ploumanac'h Lighthouse is one of the most famous landmarks in Brittany. It stands atop a pink granite cliff and offers stunning panoramic views of the rugged coastline.
  • La Roche aux Fées: Situated in Essé, about 2 hours from Minihy-tréguier, La Roche aux Fées is a neolithic dolmen believed to be over 5,000 years old. It is an impressive megalithic site that attracts visitors interested in ancient history and archaeology.
  • Plougrescant Peninsula: Located near Tréguier, the Plougrescant Peninsula is known for its unique geological formations, including the famous "House Between the Rocks" (Maison du Gouffre). This coastal area offers stunning views, hidden coves, and picturesque villages.
  • Pink Granite Coast: Stretching along the northern coast of Brittany, the Pink Granite Coast is a natural wonder with unique rock formations. Visitors can explore the coastal paths, relax on beautiful sandy beaches, and admire the vibrant pink granite rocks. 10. Ile-de-Batz: Situated off the coast of Roscoff, Ile-de-Batz is a small island known for its beautiful gardens, sandy beaches, and traditional Breton houses. Visitors can explore the island by foot or rent bicycles to discover its charming landscapes and enjoy the tranquility.

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