Le Domaine d'Ar Peoch
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Travel Blogs from Rochefort en Terre
... was very busy around 40 boats again.
Mid morning we left and headed for Pornichet - a major seaside resort with good train and bus connections to places we want to visit.
On Tuesday we took a couple of bus journeys and visited Le Croisic (an old fishing port) and Guerande (an old walled town). Both we're great.
The story devlops at a pace. A canal barge has been changed to a First Class 8 once more. Left Bernard at 10ish and trundled down Arzal ready to go through a monster sea lock for our journey to Pornichet. Weather not bad but rather windier than expected -Ian doesn't do ...
... the German submarine defences, as vividly described by Alistair McLEAN still exist. A bit of a disappointment, really. Large city, nothing at the port apart from blocked commercial entrances and a sailing school beside a vast aquarium, which would have taken a whole day to visit. Not even anywhere there to get some lunch! However, this was remedied at our evening stop at Vannes, where we had an excellent meal, including some of the best steak we've ever ...
... read something about its walls and ancient centre and thought it would be worth visiting if we were going down that way - about 150km south west from Dinan. He had the map spread out on the floor and looking at it, I noticed a "Forteresse de Largoet" marked on the map with a symbol of a historical ruin. "We could check this out" says I. Jonathan googled it (he's getting good value from his new phone) and was impressed by a review, and it's alternate name ...
... were shutting but still managed to buy some seafood before the fish market closed. In the afternoon we went wandering around the town which was just lovely. There remains parts of the old town wall and ramparts, loads of half timbered houses etc. Just lovely.
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed