Ferme des Plomarc'h
A farm by the sea
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Facing Douarnenez Bay, Plomarc'h municipal farm is helping to conserve farm animal breeds on a large protected natural site. It's a popular place leisure spot, especially for families on days out.Ever heard of the Western white pig? How about the Ouessant sheep, the black Pie Breton cow or the Cotentin donkey? These are some of the farm's star residents. Spread over 16 hectares of meadows and agricultural buildings, the site is dedicated to protecting breeds of Brittany farm animals threatened with extinction. Open to the public, it's a particularly enjoyable place to visit when many of the animals are giving birth. Two minutes by foot from the town centre and fishing port, Plomarc'h farm has a unique natural and archaeological heritage, making it a must-see destination for family days out. It has four overnight gîtes, a children's play area, an ancient sardine salting site and a former fishery… All year round, exhibitions and activities bring the farm to life in its coastal position surrounded by cliffs, coves and shorelines.
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