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Self-Catering Resort TREGUNC ***
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Tourist activities to discover around Self-Catering Resort TREGUNC

The Trégunc Self Catering Resort will inspire you to discover what this dynamic tourist area has to offer. Folklore, local traditions, the Breton culture and the sea air set the tone for your self catering holiday in Brittany! Discover the art of living, the Breton way, with fairy tales, legends, architecture and the local cuisine! In the area surrounding the self catering resort, Concarneau and the “Ville Close” (walled town), the fishing port and yachts are just asking to be seen. Take the time as well, with family or friends, to sink your feet into the powder-soft sand of the vast beach by the ocean. Coming back to the town, discover historic and cultural sites like Pont l’Abbé, the capital of the Bigouden area, or Pont Aven, “the city of painters” where Gauguin has left his mark. Experience the entertainment in the streets of Quimper and visit the Douarnenez canning factories.
Going on holiday in Brittany has never been so fascinating, with its prehistoric ruins, religious monuments, picturesque ports, archetypal “standing stone” houses and walls, bread ovens, menhir stones and museums. Finally, if you love dance you won't want to miss a minute of Fest Noz, the typically Breton nights which are classed as part of the intangible cultural heritage of humanity by UNESCO (during the summer season). By my Breton bagpipes!

Events, local festivals

MAY:
European Night at the Museums (Pont-Aven) 
JULY:
Embroidery festival at Pont L’Abbé 
Les Vieilles Coques (old boat show) in Concarneau 
Vieilles Charrues music festival 
Cornouaille Festival in Quimper 
AUGUST:
Lorient Interceltique Festival 
Filets Bleus (Blue Fishing Nets) Festival in Concarneau 

Our Heritage sites & tourist activities

Trégunc with its original “standing stone houses”, a rare piece of architecture that’s unique in Europe. 
Islands: Ouessant, Sein, Les Glénan and Groix. 
Towns filled with character: Quimper, Concarneau, Pont l’Abbé, Pont Aven and Morlaix. 
Tourist sites: Crozon Peninsula, the Pointe du Raz, the Pointe de la Torche, Pleyben and Huelgoat.
Fishing ports: Le Guilvinec and Concarneau. Small picturesque ports: Doëlan, Riec sur Belon and Brigneau… 
Trips: craft cider house, Henriot earthenware, biscuit factory, canning factory, Eric Tabarly Cité de la Voile (sailing museum), Océanopolis in Brest, and more
Trips up the Aven and Odet rivers.
Trévignon Dunes and Lakes National Heritage Site

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