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Patrick Cortopassi
3 Calvary



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Pascaline and Patrick extend a heartfelt welcome to their charming 18th-century farmhouse, beautifully restored with a captivating blend of old stone and exquisite antique furniture. Immerse yourself in the enchanting ambiance of this remarkable residence, a perfect haven for discovering the wonders of the breathtaking Côtes d'Armor region in France.


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Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 408 408 15 compris
(3 pers.)
3 90 90 15 compris




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  • Jardin du Kestellic: Situated in Plouguiel, this charming garden is known for its diverse collection of plants and flowers. Visitors can take a leisurely stroll through its pathways, admire the colorful blooms, and relax in the peaceful ambiance of the surroundings.
  • Sillon de Talbert: One of the most unique natural attractions in the area is the Sillon de Talbert, a narrow, 3-kilometer-long sandbank jutting out into the sea. It is a popular spot for walking and birdwatching, with its ever-changing landscape offering a glimpse into the diverse coastal ecosystem.
  • Ploumanac'h Lighthouse: Located in Perros-Guirec, just a short drive from Plouguiel, this iconic lighthouse stands atop a pink granite rock formation. It provides breathtaking vistas of the rugged coastline and the turquoise waters of the Côte de Granit Rose, making it a favorite spot for photographers and nature enthusiasts.
  • Île-de-Bréhat: Known as the "Island of Flowers," Île-de-Bréhat is a picturesque island located off the coast near Plouguiel. Visitors can explore the island's stunning landscapes, colorful gardens, and charming villages. The absence of cars on the island adds to its tranquility, making it an ideal destination for a day trip.
  • Beauport Abbey: Situated near Paimpol, this historic abbey is set amidst a beautiful natural landscape. Visitors can explore the abbey's ruins, stroll through its gardens, and learn about its rich history dating back to the 13th century. The site also offers panoramic views of the estuary.
  • La Côte de Granit Rose: Stretching along the coast, the Côte de Granit Rose is famous for its unique pink granite rock formations. Visitors can admire the impressive sculpted shapes, explore hidden coves, and enjoy scenic walks along the coastal paths. The area offers breathtaking views and is a paradise for nature lovers and hikers.
  • Paimpol: A charming port town located nearby, Paimpol is known for its maritime heritage, picturesque harbor, and lively atmosphere. Visitors can wander through its narrow streets, visit the local museums, enjoy fresh seafood, and experience the vibrant cultural events that take place throughout the year. These attractions offer a diverse range of natural, historical, and cultural experiences, ensuring a memorable visit to the Plouguiel area of France.

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