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Jeanne Marie Mevel
402 Rue De Korn Yar Le Dossen


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1 2 8 75 600 8
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  • Île de Batz: Located off the coast of Roscoff, Île de Batz is a small island known for its beautiful landscapes, sandy beaches, and vibrant gardens. Visitors can explore the island by foot or bike, visit the lighthouse, and enjoy stunning views of the surrounding area.
  • Roscoff: A charming seaside town, Roscoff is famous for its historic port and thalassotherapy centers. Visitors can stroll through the old town, admire the colorful fishing boats, and sample delicious seafood at one of the many restaurants. The town is also known for its ferry connections to the UK and Ireland.
  • Morlaix: Situated on the banks of the River Morlaix, this picturesque town is known for its half-timbered houses and a stunning viaduct. Visitors can explore the medieval streets, visit the 16th-century Church of Saint-Melaine, and enjoy panoramic views from the viaduct.
  • Château du Taureau: Located on a small island in the Bay of Morlaix, Château du Taureau is a fortress dating back to the 16th century. Visitors can take a boat trip to the island and explore the castle's ramparts, towers, and underground passages. The location offers breathtaking views of the bay.
  • Cairn of Barnenez: Considered to be the world's oldest megalithic mausoleum, the Cairn of Barnenez is located near Plouezoc'h. Visitors can explore the Neolithic burial mound and view the impressive standing stones and corbelled chambers. The site offers a fascinating glimpse into prehistoric times.
  • Parish Enclosures: Scattered throughout the region, the Parish Enclosures are unique architectural complexes consisting of a church, ossuary, and calvary. Notable examples include Saint-Thégonnec, Guimiliau, and Lampaul-Guimiliau. Visitors can admire the intricate sculptures, ancient tombstones, and beautiful stained glass windows.
  • Océanopolis: Situated in Brest, Océanopolis is a popular aquarium and marine science center. It houses various themed pavilions showcasing different marine ecosystems, including polar, tropical, and temperate regions. Visitors can observe a wide range of marine species, attend educational presentations, and learn about conservation efforts.
  • Brest Castle: Overlooking the city of Brest, this medieval fortress is an important historical site. Visitors can explore the castle's ramparts, visit the museum inside, and enjoy panoramic views of the harbor. The castle also hosts various cultural events and exhibitions throughout the year. These attractions offer a mix of natural beauty, historical sites, and cultural experiences, providing visitors with a diverse range of experiences to enjoy near the given address.

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