Les Ajoncs d'or

Address: Route de Plouharnel, Plouharnel, Brittany, 56340, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Route de Plouharnel, Plouharnel, is near Menhirs, Musee de Prehistoire, Promenade Clair de Lune, and Chateau de Bienassis.
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Travel Blogs from Plouharnel

To The Beach

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Sep 10, 2015

9 photos

... we were waiting as well and walked right in ahead of us when the door opened. We followed them into the chamber which has huge stone at the back wall with carvings on it. They have rather odd lighting inside so the stone always looked like it had almost a red glow in the right hand corner. There were also carvings in the ceiling which some were similar to the carvings at another dolmen.

Back to the house for dinner and ...


A travel blog entry by cflove on Sep 08, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

With the boys and girls now gone we felt a bit alone and Annie decided she needed some retail therapy to cheer her up. We headed off for Vannes, a quaint old town around 45 mins drive east of Lorient. The town is very pretty. It's got a lovely old centre and down by the river is lovely spot for coffee on a warm day as it was by the time we arrived. Annie hit the shops, they ...

The Chateau of Jocellin

A travel blog entry by cflove on Sep 05, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... coming out for people having lunch and it didn't take long until we too were persuaded that it was really lunch time. The portions were huge and gorgeous.

Sated by moules we staggered to the chateau. It was pretty but you could only enter with a guide and unfortunately this was almost all in French and very very ...

Menhirs, Dolmens, Cromlechs, Tumuli and Cairns

A travel blog entry by shrbalcomb on Sep 03, 2015

5 photos

... text-stroke-width: initial;">Cairn: When the mound is formed of small stones it is called a cairn
Predating Stonehenge by around 100 years, Carnac also tops Stonehenge with the sheer number of ancient sites found in this area, making this the world’s greatest concentration of megalithic sites. More than 3000 stones were erected here between 5000 and 3500BC, it is thought by the local people of the time for sacred purposes. The stones range ...

She must be mad!

A travel blog entry by cflove on Sep 02, 2015

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The day dawned bright and sunny. Tom and Sarah took off to explore the surf beach a few kms up the coast - lovely beach but not a wave in sight.

Annie decided it was time for a swim. There were others in the sea and she bravely strode into the water and swam out to the boats. The sea temperature is around 17C, so not exactly tropical and she lasted about 10 minutes. She came ...