Holiday home in France
Dining/living room with big windows overlooking the sea on one side and the countryside on the other, comfortably furnished.
The kitchen is small but bright and well-equipped: oven, electric cooking hob, 2 gas hobs, microwave, fridge-freezer, washing machine and dishwasher;
Telephone for incoming calls only.
Three bedrooms on the first floor: one with a double bed and 2 others with 2 single beds.
Fully equipped bathroom on 1st floor, shower room on ground floor.
Separate WCs on each floor.
- Local contact
- Washing machine
- High chair
- Hair dryer
Exceptional location on the very edge of the water with a fantastic view over the Gulf of Morbihan, which is a veritable inland sea scattered with a multitude of small islands.
The beauty of this landscape with colours which change with the tides, is only equalled by the beauty of its sunsets.
Lovers of nature and birds will have their fill. Don't forget to bring a pair of binoculars to help identify the birds that come to feed at low tide: egrets, ibis, curlews and cormorants, and to observe at high tide the magnificent sailing boats and old rigged ships sailing up the River Auray.
- In or near a village
- Near beach
- Near swimming water
Restaurants, food & wine
All kinds of seafood - lobsters, oysters, mussels...
All kinds of fish: bass, sole, red mullet.
The famous Breton 'galettes' : the Breton Fra and the Kouin Aman
Cider and Chouchen (a form of mead).
Lots of small local restuarants but also the well-known La Trinitaine, the unmissable food shop in Vannes where you can stock up to remind you of your holiday.
Sandy beach literally at your feet for bathing.
Numerous nautical activities on the big beach and at the nautical centre: , windsurfing, diving, catamarans, canaoeing/kayaking with a guide; sailing lessons for beginners on Lasers.
A large network of walking paths, map available on site and at the Locamariaquer tourist office .
Tennis and horse-riding.
Visits to the islands in the Gulf by boat: île aux moines ,île d’arz megalithic island of Gavrinis with its dolmen featuring a rare 14 metre passage decorated with carvings.
Visits to more distant islands : Belle ile, Houat, Hoedic and the "presqu’ile" (almost-island) of Quiberon with its wild coast.
All the megalithic sites of Locamariaquer: the Great Broken Menhir, the dolmen known as the Merchants' Table and at nearby Carnac the Megalithic Stone Alignments and other tumuli.
The old port of St Goustan à Aubray with its beautiful 15th century houses.
The port of La Trinité, home to massive racing yachts.
- Near hiking trails
- Near ATB trails
- Near riding
- Near theme park
- Water sports
Access: motorway 12km, railway station 12km, airport 40km, shops, 1km, restaurants 1km, discoteque 4km at Carnac, golf course 15km.
To find the gite:
- Michelin map N°230, fold N°50
- GPS: N 47.578784W 2.950044
Arrive at the signpost inidcating the beginning of LOCAMARIAQUER
300 metres after this take the first road on the left signposted KERIVAUD
Continue 120 metres until you arrive at a fork, take the left fork.
Go straight on down until the road ends: (about 350 metres)
Turn 90° to the left, the house is 50 metres further on, on the right.
Don't miss this corner of France so full of charm with its arresting contrasts, a region of land and sea both coastal and island, full of natural, cultural, historic and religious heritage of which the Bretons are justly proud.
Additional price info and offers
SPECIAL OFFER VALENTINE
130€ per night i.s.o. 160€ per night from the 11th february to the 14th february
Rates include water and electricity.
Heating costs: € 8 per day.
On request we can arrange for bedlinnen and towels (€ 12 per person)
- Cleaning fee (optional) € 50.00
- Price bed linen per person (optional) € 9.00
- Price towels perp person (optional) € 6.00
Availability of 'Locmariaquer'
Attention! Véronique De Lamotte has last updated the calendar on 03 Mar 2018