Plougasnou Holiday Villas- experience life in the quaint Brittany town of Plougasnou
The small seaside village of Plougasnou and the surrounding area make for a relaxing and scenic French getaway. West of Saint-Jean-du-Doigt and north of Lanmeur in the north-western part of France you find the small commune of Plougasnou. Chiefly a small farming village, Plougasnou is a relaxing holiday destination in the French region of Brittany. Its sandy beach is about one kilometre away and the local Tuesday market where the Plouganistes sell fresh produce, goat’s cheese and oysters is well worth a visit. Even though the village is small it has many Plougasnou holiday rentals available to suit every taste and budget. If visiting quaint and charming villages is your idea of holiday bliss, take a trip to Estonia Accommodation.
Not far from most Plougasnou holiday rentals are the Monts d'Arrée hills. This group of hills is one of the oldest formations in Europe. Having been formed some 600 million years ago, they are older than the Alps. The Monts d'Arrée hills are part of the Armorica Regional Natural Park - a protected natural area and a UNESCO biosphere reserve. The parkland stretches from the Atlantic Ocean inland to the hilly countryside where it includes swamps, sandy beaches, rivers, strange rock formations as well as the three islands of Ouessant, Molène and Île de Sein. Among the diverse wildlife the park is home to sea birds, beavers, European otters and several birds of prey. Take a trip across the channel and visit one of the world's most popular holiday destinations - Great Britain Holiday Cottages
Plougasnou Villa Rentals - a charming French seaside break
A popular place to visit is the small town of Plouezoc'h, 6 kilometres form Plougasnou. Accommodation is available all around the region if the Plougasnou villas are fully booked. There are many notable manor houses and crosses in and around the town with the Church of Saint Etienne being one of the more popular attractions. The church dates back to the 17th century and boasts an attractive interior. Other interesting sights in the area are the Chateau de Taurea – a chateau completely covering the island it was built on; and the Cairn de Barnenez – a 6500 year-old monument said to be one of Europe’s first buildings.
Situated on a peninsula near Plougasnou is the small village and seaside resort of Locquirec. This traditional village’s typical granite and whitewashed Breton houses, church and town buildings were built around its harbour. The small town doesn't take long to explore but it is very quaint and picturesque. The town’s major tourist attraction are its idyllic beaches. If you're looking for quaint, charming and peaceful villages, the beautiful nation of Germany Holiday Rentals is full of them