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Jean-jacques Messager
Le Cloitre St Thégonnec


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Appréciations pour L'escale De Kermorgant, Le Cloitre St Thégonnec:

Un sejour fabuleux
Review by: admin, Aou 24 2014 9:57PM
Les proprietaires de ce lieu ont reussit a faire de ce sejour une veritable reussite. Le decor bucolique de cette maison est propice a la detente. La sympathie des hotes et leur disponibilite nous ont permis de decouvrir cette region. La localite est un point de depart à toutes sortes de ballades: nature, mer, ville loin des foules et des bouchons. Encore mille fois!

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  • Parish Enclosure of Le Cloître-Saint-Thégonnec: This historical site is a must-visit in the region. It features a stunning 16th-century church and a unique Calvary with intricate stone carvings.
  • Monts d'Arrée: Located a short distance from Kermorgant, the Monts d'Arrée is a mountain range offering breathtaking landscapes and hiking trails. It is an ideal spot for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.
  • Morlaix: Just a 20-minute drive away, Morlaix is a charming town known for its picturesque harbor, half-timbered houses, and the impressive Viaduct. Explore the cobbled streets, visit the local market, and soak in the authentic Breton atmosphere.
  • Château du Taureau: Situated on a rocky islet in the Bay of Morlaix, this 16th-century fortress is accessible by boat. Take a guided tour to learn about its intriguing history and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding coastline.
  • Huelgoat Forest: Approximately 30 minutes from Kermorgant, Huelgoat Forest is a magical place with ancient trees, moss-covered rocks, and a beautiful lake. Explore the enchanting pathways and discover the legendary "Chaos de Rochers," a cluster of massive granite boulders.
  • Locquirec: This charming coastal village is known for its sandy beaches, colorful fishing boats, and scenic coastal walks. Enjoy a relaxing day by the sea, indulge in fresh seafood, or explore the quaint streets lined with traditional Breton houses.
  • Oceanopolis, Brest: For those interested in marine life, Oceanopolis is a fantastic aquarium and ocean discovery center located in Brest, approximately an hour's drive from Kermorgant. It features a variety of marine ecosystems, including polar, tropical, and temperate zones.
  • Quimper: Situated about an hour and a half away, Quimper is a picturesque city renowned for its well-preserved medieval center. Stroll through the charming streets, visit the impressive Gothic-style Quimper Cathedral, and explore the local shops offering traditional Breton crafts.
  • Pointe du Raz: Located on the westernmost tip of Brittany, Pointe du Raz offers dramatic cliffs, panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean, and rugged coastal scenery. Take a leisurely walk along the marked trails and enjoy the raw beauty of this natural landmark. 10. Concarneau: A little over an hour's drive from Kermorgant, Concarneau is a fortified town famous for its historic walled city. Explore the narrow streets, visit the 14th-century Ville Close, and soak up the maritime atmosphere in the harbor filled with fishing boats. These attractions offer a diverse range of experiences, from historical sites and natural wonders to charming towns and cultural experiences, ensuring there's something for everyone in the Kermorgant and Le Cloître-Saint-Thégonnec area.

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