At the beach
Plougasnou is a commune in the Finistère department of Bretagne, in northwestern France. It lies 60 kilometers from Brest and 77 kilometers from St Brieuc. Places worth visiting include: Morlaix Bay, which is an ever changing image. Its landscape is dotted with islets and rocky spurs jutting out of the water, while the perpetual flux of the sea constantly redraws the outline of the rugged coastline. Batz Island: one highlight of the island is the Garden of George-Delaselle, where thousands of Mediterranean and sub-tropical plants thrive in the warm climate. Château du Taureau at Carantec: a journey back to the heart of history, with memories of a bay which kept its treasures of nature intact plus thalasso therapy (sea water treatment) at Roscoff. The resort's attractions include: the port of Térénez (buy fish and seafood) and footpaths (45 km, from Plougasnou toward Carantec). A sailing school, diving school, horseback riding possibilities and indoor tennis court in the area make the sports offering complete. In the village there is a larger shopping center which has a supermarket, gas station, bakery, bank and pharmacy. Further businesses, a post office, health center and tourist office are situated near the church. Several nice restaurants offering French cuisine are located in the town or at the beaches. Enjoy your stay in this beautiful landscape!