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Philippe Yvon
Village de Kerlo Bihan
Ile de Groix


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The House of Forn'Our is a genuine fisherman's dwelling tucked away in the untamed beauty of Groix Pwivisy, an island renowned for its rugged cliffs and charming secluded coves. Designed to offer utmost comfort, the house provides a singular guest room. Isolated and free from nearby neighbors, it grants visitors a tranquil and undisturbed experience, surrounded by the authentic ambiance of island life.


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  • Port Tudy: The main port of Ile de Groix, Port Tudy offers a picturesque waterfront with colorful fishing boats and a bustling atmosphere. It's a great place to enjoy seafood at local restaurants, browse through shops, and soak in the island's maritime charm.
  • Groix Island Lighthouse: Located on the southern tip of Ile de Groix, this lighthouse offers stunning panoramic views of the island and the surrounding coastline. Climb up its steps for a breathtaking sight and learn about its historical significance as a navigational aid.
  • Musée de la Citadelle Vauban: Situated in Le Palais, the main town on Ile de Groix, this museum showcases the island's history and marine heritage. Discover exhibits on the island's geological formation, local flora and fauna, and the influence of Vauban, a renowned military engineer.
  • Les Aiguilles de Port Coton: Just off the coast of Belle-Ile-en-Mer, which is accessible by a short ferry ride from Ile de Groix, you'll find Les Aiguilles de Port Coton. These impressive sea stacks rise dramatically from the ocean, offering a mesmerizing sight and a popular spot for nature enthusiasts and photographers.
  • Plage des Grands Sables: Known as one of the most beautiful beaches in Brittany, this sandy stretch on Ile de Groix is a paradise for sun-seekers. Its horseshoe shape and crystal-clear waters make it an ideal spot for swimming, sunbathing, and picnicking.
  • Ecomusée de Groix: This open-air museum provides insight into the island's traditional way of life. Explore reconstructed thatched houses, a fisherman's cottage, and displays of traditional crafts and tools. The museum also offers guided tours and workshops.
  • Chapelle de Saint-Tudy: Located in the village of Kerlo Bihan itself, this charming chapel dates back to the 16th century. Discover its beautiful stained glass windows and peaceful atmosphere, and take a moment for reflection in this historical place of worship.
  • Côte Sauvage: While technically on Belle-Ile-en-Mer, the rugged coastline of Côte Sauvage is easily accessible from Ile de Groix. This untamed stretch of cliffs, caves, and crashing waves offers breathtaking vistas and an opportunity for invigorating coastal walks.
  • Phare de Pen Men: Situated on a small islet off the coast of Ile de Groix, this lighthouse is accessible by boat. Take a guided tour to learn about its fascinating history and enjoy the panoramic views of the surrounding sea and islands. 10. Locmaria: A picturesque village on Ile de Groix, Locmaria is known for its charming stone houses, an ancient abbey, and tranquil coastal walks. Enjoy the peaceful ambiance, visit the local church, and explore the nearby beaches and hiking trails.

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