Pierre & Vacances Residence L'Archipel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... surrounded by a protective wall. Our walk along the entire perimeter of the wall provided a great view of the sea and harbour as well as the old town from above. We were lucky to spot the endangered Kentish plovers that breed at the end of Sillon de Talbert -a 3 km long tongue of sand and pebbles that formed on the coast 100000 years ago. Local food specialties, apart from oysters, include mussels, scallops and all kinds of wonderful seafood, excellent cider, galletes (a ...
... just sounds charming because it's French I guess!) Another couple had a big shaggy white dog. Others had wheelie bags, either going to stay or with shopping in as well.
A girl asked Jonathan to take a photo of her with her group. He did.
The boat duly came and we boarded for the short trip across the bay. Disembarking we walked a couple of hundred metres along a similar concrete jetty to some restaurants and a hotel facing the water. There was ...
We came down to this barren place, a few miles from Paimpol because of its sheer beauty. Looking out across the water we can see the car free island of Brehat. It has a population of only 350. But the thing that I find most awesome are the plethora of rocks sprouting from the still waters. There are dozens of them, and ridiculous as it may sound, this area immediately strikes me as being similar to Halong Bay in Vietnam, only in ...
We decided to the take the TVG from Morlaix to Guingamp and potter about. We read in one of the guides that this is an interesting town, very traditional.
We more or less saw the town within a couple of hours. We have mixed feelings, perhaps it is because it was a Sunday and there was no one about. The most ...
We left Treguier and followed the Rose Granite coast and picked up a visitors buoy in Port Blanc. We didn't venture into the village, just stayed on board and relaxed. I retuned the TV box and strangely enough got no French TV but all English stations including freeview. it was nice to see the news (mostly focussed on D-Day (beaches which we had passed a few days earlier)).
There wasn't much swell so we had a fairly comfortable night, although there was a pretty ...