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Travel Blogs from Tregueux
... battles and the days of knights here in this great courtyard and up on the battlements, all dressed in their finery!
The rain suddenly poured down again outside as the black clouds rolled by, thunder rumbling. We sheltered in a doorway with a large Italian family of about 3 generations, and it was all still beautiful. The sun came out again and we continued on up the last tower - there were 5 in all - and across ...
... describe. It was picture perfect, our photos from the top of the tower look like pictures of a miniature village with perfect miniature people; the stonework, paths , and gardens all well maintained. The first drawbridge went through a stone archway into a courtyard with a trebuchet built by local high school students, and from here another archway led out onto a second drawbridge across a fissure in the rocky cliff so that the ...
... had a booklet in German and spoke to them in a mix of French and English which was her best solution! She provided us with a booklet in English showing us how to tour the town and a little map, and told us the gardens in the grounds of the ruined chateau are only open on the second Sunday of each month. And perhaps Tuesday evenings in summer, when they have a market.
Off we set then with map and booklet and soon realise ...
We began by driving north west to Sables D'or des Pins - literally golden sand and pines - had a great laugh when the GPS decided the end of our journey should be a roundabout with two recycling bins! We switched her off and made our way without difficulty to a beautiful stretch of sparkling white sand and clear turquoise water so still and calm, with little white boats out in the blue and an island off shore with a chapel up in top - very Bretagne. We took off ...
... islands, and as it was more of the same beyond, decided to call it quits and head back to the ferry and mainland. Once we'd turned around we could see a chapel on a little hill in the distance. We decided we'd walk up to the top of the very steep path to see the view from there before we left. The sun had come out and nobody else was around.
It was a steep climb indeed, but the view at the top with the sun finally out and the water blue was ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed