Renovated stone house, quiet, between land and sea, in Plourhan, in the Côtes d'Armor Bay Saint-Brieuc.
Large living room bright and warm, with insert, kitchen open to the living room. Two spacious bedrooms upstairs: one with a bed 2 people, the second with a bed 2 people and 2 beds 1 person. Shower room on the ground floor with double sink, large shower, toilet.
Garden furniture, barbecue, shelter for bicycles, Bikes. Parking on the property.
Equipment all comfort (TV / sat, DVD player, washing machine, dishwasher), baby equipment, free wifi, small walled garden facing south in front of the house, holiday checks accepted.
The countryside by the sea!
A 10 min drive from the beaches of Saint-Quay-Portrieux, Etables-sur-Mer and Binic, 2 minutes from the Golf of Ajoncs offering high quality courses in a unique setting.
Ideally centered between the radiating roads to tourist sites (Plouha, Bonaparte beach, the circuit network Shelburn, Paimpol, Brehat Island, the Pink Granite Coast, Pléneuf-Val-André, Erquy, Cap Frehel ...).
Hiking on the GR 34 from Etables-sur-Mer or Binic or Saint-Quay-Portrieux offering multiple points of views on a wild and beautiful coast, including the cliffs of Plouha, the highest in Brittany, and the small port with piles from Gwin Zegal, unique in Europe.
TO DO, TO SEE :
Paimpol and the island of Bréhat: Paimpol is an essential city of the Côtes d'Armor with its mythical port, its shipowners' houses, half-timbered houses and pretty streets that come alive every Tuesday morning, market day. Off the coast of Paimpol, where the annual Marine Song Festival is held, is the Bréhat Archipelago and its 800 islets. The flower island welcomes you without a car after a short crossing or a commented cruise. It will take you a day to explore this little paradise breton, on foot or by bike, discover the lighthouse of Paon, the tidal mill Birlot and enjoy a swim before returning to the tip of Arcouest ... In Kérity-Paimpol, Beauport's maritime abbey will surprise you with its remarkable conservation. Visits, musical weekends, exhibitions and other events are offered throughout the year.
La Roche-Jagu in Ploëzal: Dominating the estuary of the Trieux, the Departmental Domain of Roche Jagu shelters a castle and a contemporary park of medieval inspiration (classified remarkable garden in 2005) which will not fail to surprise you. A vast place that will take you from discoveries to discoveries. (www larochejagu.)
The pink granite coast: To the west of the Côtes d'Armor, from Perros-Guirec to Trébeurden, the great natural site of Ploumanac'h, famous for its imposing pink granite rocks carved by water and wind, amazes visitors in all seasons, from sunrise to sunset. Offshore, the Sept-Îles archipelago is a paradise for seabirds such as gannets and puffins. You can discover this show aboard a star.
Cap Fréhel and Cap d'Erquy: Two majestic natural sites that offer to their visitors all their beauty and authenticity, between cliffs, moors of heather, beaches of fine sand and of course, a sea with shimmering colors. Located opposite Cap Fréhel, Fort La Latte, one of the most famous Breton castles, a listed historical monument, offers tours and many activities in season. To enjoy the beach, direction Erquy, St-Cast-le-Guildo, Sables-d'or-les-Pins, Pléneuf-Val-André, St-Jacut-de-la-mer ...
Dinan and the Rance Valley: Dinan, classified City of Art and History, is near St-Malo and Mont St-Michel. This medieval city will seduce you with its architectural heritage which hosts each summer a breathtaking medieval costume festival: the Fête des Remparts. A dive through time that comes with great walks in the Rance Valley, on foot, by bike and aboard a boat to refuel.
Binic: Beach of the banche. Large sandy beach with saltwater pool and paddling pool. The Esplanade des Embruns, which runs along this beach, welcomes strollers, petanque players and several activities during the summer holidays (festival Folk and blues, Pirates seeds ...)
Beach of the outer harbor. Located at the foot of the Pier Penthièvre, this beach is accessible by a path dug into the cliff.
These two beaches of Binic are monitored in summer.
Plage du Moulin: this sandy beach is part of these family beaches, watched and animated in season, with its beach volleyball courts, nautical club and restaurants that get you feet in the sand ...
Gobelins Beach: The largest beach in Étables-sur-Mer, supervised in summer, on 1km of fine sand. Its rotunda and beach cabins are reminiscent of the 1900s and contain many holiday memories in Brittany.
Beaches of the Casino and Chatelet: 2 sandy beaches, separated a seawater pool with raft-board (free access). They are very popular with families for supervised bathing in the summer season and the paddling pool for the little ones.
Beach of the Countess: A large sandy beach with views of the port on one side and the Countess Island on the other, accessible at low tide.
Beach of the Black Strike: This small cove, which owes its name to the color of its sand, is facing south but wait for low tide!
All beaches of St-Quay cited are monitored from July 1 to August 31.
Bonaparte Beach: This wild beach offers, at low tide, an immense expanse of fine sand ideal to have fun without disturbing the neighbors. Little explorers will appreciate the many rocks to go on an adventure, equipped with their nets. High ground of the resistance, this beach is accessible by a tunnel dug in the cliff during the second world war.
Plage du Palus: A pleasant pebble beach (sand at low tide) surrounded by the highest cliffs of Brittany and located at the limit of Tréveneuc.
Beach Bréhec: A sandy beach, even at high tide, located in the small hamlet of the same name with its port and some shops. At low tide, she joins the beach of Vieux-Bréhec, a little wilder than her neighbor.
Port-Goret beach: Anse of sand and rocks nestled in the cliff and offering a large beach at low tide.
The Benches at Plélo. Every summer afternoon, possibility of pony rides or boat on the river. Outdoor games, farm animals, visit the vegetable garden.
The parcabout® Hisse and Ho! in the Char à Bens forest: Leisure park designed to allow everyone to move freely without special equipment. Cast and inspired by catamarans, huge nets weave their web in our forest. From 4 to 104 years, evolve in 1500m² of nets stretched between 47 trees at heights of 6 to 12 m! Just put on your sneakers!
Trégomeur zoo in Trégomeur: Zoological and botanical park where mainly Asian fauna and flora offer a pleasant change of scenery.
Armoripark in Bégard: Amusement park and attraction with multi-pool and giant slides, summer toboggan, mini-golf, pentogliss 6 tracks, bumper boats ...
The Gaulish Village in Pleumeur-Bodou: Recreation parks, relaxation and discovery where the wood is master of the place.
Océanopolis in Brest: Large Aquarium and leisure park to discover the oceans.
Goëlys swimming pool in Binic: South Goëlo water fun park with a counter-current river, paddling pool, sauna, steam room, whirlpool, solarium, not to mention a pentagliss of 20 meters and a slide of 65 m.
Trégastel forum in Trégastel. Sea water complex at 30 ° with swimming pool, relaxation area and cardio-fitness room with breathtaking views of the sea.
Kerlabo Kart in Cohiniac (axis Châtelaudren-Quintin). Competitive karting circuit, with unique and hilly course of +800 m. in the heart of the Breton countryside. Open year round.
Sant C'hireg in Perros-Guirec. A day aboard a beautiful traditional sailboat to visit the natural reserve of the 7 islands.
Armor Navigation in Perros-Guirec. Guided cruises and excursions around the archipelago of the 7 islands, the island of Bréhat or off the Cap d'Erquy.
Ponies universe in Plouha. Equestrian center a few steps from the beach of Palus offering walks, hikes and walks on the beach during the summer.
Pony Club of Goëlo in Pordic. Riding school offering hikes and walks between sea and countryside.
Golf Gorges d'Or Lantic, a golf course of great quality in an exceptional setting.
THE RESTAURANTS OF THE CORNER
At the Char à Benches in Plélo, a family inn farm, a must since 1971, today held by the 3 sisters Lamour: immerse yourself in the tradition with the famous Breton stew and homemade cakes.
The Andon Town in Plélo, specialists in chicken and smoked andouille.
The Red Toad in Tréveneuc. Guinguette of the seaside open from April to September: bouchot mussels and fries facing the cliffs ... a magnificent view!
The Via Costa in Etables-sur-mer. In an exotic and refined decor, at the Moulin beach, a paradise place to discover!
Pirates Island in Etables-sur-mer: Moulin beach, atmosphere that can only please children and parents!, sea view and feet in the sand ...