At the end of the garden there is a grass path to the sea and the sand dunes. 100 metres to the left is supervised bathing in season and a small shop and bar with clock golf. To the right are many miles of quieter beaches and bathing.
The Presqu’Île de Rhuys is a unique location, with the Gulf of Morbihan and its 40 islands to the north and the Atlantic coast to the south. Port Navalo lies at the end of the peninsula with boats going for trips round the islands of the Gulf and to the ring of islands on the Atlantic coastline. It is a unique location for a holiday, offering a huge range of activities, including horse riding, many types of sailing, fishing, walking and even golf. Further afield, access to zoos, shopping and yet more historic sites can be found.
The apartment has one large bedroom, with a single and a double bed, large wardrobe and a desk. There is a shower room with electric radiator and drying space and a separate WC with basin.
The main living room has kitchen, dining and sitting areas with two pairs of sliding doors opening out onto two terraces, from the sitting area and from the kitchen. There is a shared utility room with washing machine, basin, cupboards and some extra drying area.
The sitting area has a sofa and arm chair with coffee table that face onto the terrace; both have a small view of the sea. There is a TV with both French and English channels, a DVD and radio/CD player. The round dining table comfortably fits three and is close to the kitchen area with its electric oven, ceramic hob, dishwasher, microwave and large fridge freezer plus good cupboard space.
The larger terrace has a round table with chairs plus two relaxing chairs as well as a parasol and barbeque.
To the side of the house is a good parking area. This is reached via a private driveway.
The Gulf of Morbihan and the Presqu’île de Rhuys, in particular, is an area of Brittany that is well loved and awaits you to discover its beauty and benefits.
The house is 100m from a magnificent beach, via private access, with supervised bathing during summer holiday season, miles of coastal paths, rock pools, sands and little harbours.
Coastal paths stretch for miles leading east past the ‘Chapelle’ and village of Penvins with bars & restaurants ’ and west past the ducal Castle of Suscinio. (The castle is open to public with musical evening events during the summer season and, indeed, throughout the year). A favourite restaurant is close by and there many others close to the coastal paths.
A twenty minutes walk through the sand dunes to this view of Chateau Suscinio.
The chateau is a popular tourist attraction. About 10 miles to the north is the Gulf of Morbihan with extensive walks along its shores, picturesque villages, bird sanctuaries and oyster beds. A 25 minute drive to Port Navalo at the end of the peninsula provides breathtaking views. Boat trips leave Port Navalo around/to islands of the Gulf of Morbihan or and the islands in the Atlantic. On the peninsula, there are sailing boats, canoes and horses to hire ,a golf course, bird sanctuaries and oyster farms. The village of Sarzeau is a short drive away and has a number of shops, restaurants, a market and three supermarkets. Not far away, you will find the village of St Gildas de Rhuys, which has street markets on most days in the summer.
The nearest major city with a railway station is Vannes, a 30 minute drive away with extensive shopping centres, restaurants, aquarium, swimming pool complex, and access to many other attractions including its medieval buildings and original walls.