Les Nids de Kerharo

A surfing oasis in Audierne Bay
Furnished flats and gîtes at Plomeur

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  • On the edge of the dunes, Les Nids de Kerharo occupy a natural hamlet, behind Pointe de la Torche, the most famous surfing spot in Brittany.

    Danielle and Pierre, cycling enthusiasts, have the taste for adventure and meetings. The couple welcomes with open arms travellers on foot, bike or horse-back seeking large unspoilt areas. Surfers are very familiar with the spot too: the sea is 800 metres away and accessible on foot across the moor. Arranged around a farmyard, sheltered from the wind, three low-rise houses face each other. They can accommodate from two to 10 people. Each one has a private enclosed garden area with barbecue and garden furniture. Outside the summer season, the three houses form one large unit, highly appreciated by groups of hikers. In addition to surfing, Les Nids de Kerharo are the ideal base for some lovely walks between the land, sea, megaliths and crayfish. Tronoën chapel, Eckmühl lighthouse and Guilvinec port can be discovered on the way.
  • Environment
    • At the seaside  :  Plage de la Torche at 800 m
    • Nearby trekking route  :  GR34 at 800 m
  • Capacity
    • Accommodation :  8 Person(s)
    • Accommodation :  2 Bedroom(s)
  • Spoken languages
  • Activities
    • Water sports and activities
    • Bathing
    • Horse-riding
    • Seaside
    • Fishing
    • Supervised beach
    • Windsurfing
    • Hiking
    • Hiking trail
    • Sailing
  • Amenities
    • Private washing machine
    • Dishwasher
    • Baby equipment
    • Microwave
    • Shared clothes dryer
    • Television
  • Equipment
    • Barbecue
    • Courtyard
    • Kitchen/living room
    • Garage
    • Private garden
    • Car park
    • Private shower room
    • Garden lounge
    • Living rooms
    • Terrace
  • Services
    • Animals accepted
Payment methods
  • Cheques and giro cheques
  • Holiday cheques
  • Cash
  • All year
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