Hotel Le Narbon

Address: Route de la Plage, Erdeven, Brittany, 56410, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Route de la Plage, Erdeven, is near Menhirs, Musee de Prehistoire, Promenade Clair de Lune, and Tumulus de St-Michel.
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Travel Blogs from Erdeven

To The Beach

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Sep 10, 2015

9 photos

... it seems to be rather old and parts of it have been wreaked already. Next to it are some smaller sculptures that are not near as detailed or good.

Trying to find some way on the GPS to tell us how to get to the standing stones. We try different ways to type in the requests and finally find Les Megalithes and hit it and away we go. We pass a small dolmen at the corner of a busy road and no way to stop so we just have to pass it. We turn ...


A travel blog entry by cflove on Sep 08, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... nice clothes here, and after strolling around the city walls we found a great spot for a quiet lunch.

On the way home we called in at a golf club to practice since tomorrow we have a game with a friend we know here and we are a bit rusty. I did note that after a glass of rose at lunch Annie did not hit a lot of balls and quickly retired to the strenuous ...

The Chateau of Jocellin

A travel blog entry by cflove on Sep 05, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

The day was rather chilly and grey so we left late to explore the nearby town of Jocellin with its pretty chateau. The town is very picturesque with many of the timber framed houses from the 17C.

The chateau didn't open until 2.00pm so we decided to have coffee in a lovely square with a couple of restaurants. Plates of ...

Menhirs, Dolmens, Cromlechs, Tumuli and Cairns

A travel blog entry by shrbalcomb on Sep 03, 2015

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... from knee-high to 6 metres, the heaviest weighing 300 tonnes. They are just sitting out there in the fields, arranged in lines and sometimes circles, with the largest stones in the west. The question is, how did the constructors cut and haul these stones millennia before the invention of the wheel and the mechanical engine reached Brittany?

On our way into Carnac, we stopped to wander among the menhirs standing in the field next to the road. Lonely ...

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 ...