Cap-Sizun…..you have finally arrived at the end of the world! Fourteen kilometers the Pointe du Raz rears its rugged head!

We are very well placed for visits to the Brest coast through Concarneau passing Douarnenez, Crozon, Morgat or Pont l’ Abbé.

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Plage

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Surf

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Pointe du Raz

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Crique

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Phare

Inland, you can visit the Médieval city of Pont-Croix, Quimper with its fabulous shops and stunning cathedral, Locronan, a totally unspoiled stone and cobbled town, much filmed, and Pont-Aven, from where Gauguin painted the Breton countryside.

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Sentier

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Croix

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Chapelle

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Snsm

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Chapelle

We are 1.5 kilometers away from Audierne, a traditional little fishing port where you can see arrival of the fishing boats each evening. Take the many winding narrow lanes that weave up and down the oldest part of the town and enjoy the view of the port and the coast from the top.

Taste the freshness of crabs, langoustines and many fish, including the famous line-caught sea-bass as well as the many other Breton specialities: local charcuterie, buttery biscuits and crepes, cider and so much more…

From St Evette three kilometers away, you can catch a ferry to the Isle of Sein, once sacred to the Druids, and if you are lucky, you might be accompanied by dolphins on your crossing !!!

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L'ile de Sein

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L'abri du marin

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Galets

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Phare

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Retour

Voici d’autre clichés pris dans la région pour le plaisir des yeux…

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Audierne

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Douarnenez

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Coucher de soleil

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Cimetiere

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Ballade

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Vague

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Tréboul

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Sentier

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Point du Raz

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Cote


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