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Baie d'Emeraude-La Perle


Beautiful renovated villa, with a view of the sea, is situated 100 m from a fantastic beach in a pleasant Breton village. Heated (to be payed) enclosed private swimming pool (open from 01-06 till 30-09) with elec. cover. Sailing school and kid`s club on the beach, mooring for boats. Ground floor: 1 livingroom (TV, HIFI), 1 kitchen (oven, microwave, dishwasher), 2x bedroom (double bed), 1 bedroom (2 x single bed), 1 bathroom (bath, sink, WC), 1 utility room (dryer, washing machine).

On 1st floor: 1 bedroom (double bed), 1 bedroom (2 x single bed), 1 bathroom (shower, sink, WC).

General: terrace, garden (fenced), garden furniture, BBQ, swimmingpool (private, heated, paid, opened from Jul upto and including Aug), tennis court (shared), bowls, table tennis, cot.

Deposit : EURO 250Linen : For rent, EURO 6 p.p../StayBath Towels : For rent, EURO 3 p.p./StayKitchen Linen : Bring your ownEnergy : Electricity: To expenditure. Gas: To expenditurePets : Pets not allowed.Owner Tips : Heated (to be payed) enclosed private swimming pool (open from 01-06 till 30-09) with elec. cover.Tourism in Cancale?. Cancale, jewel of the emerald coast? Vis-a-vis the Mount Saint Michel, Cancale accomodates since always a number of visitors to the multiple and varied vocations. Also: That you are amateurs of nature and safeguarding of the environment, to come in Cancale will be for you a pilgrimage within a region where ecology and local development always could marry harmoniously.That you are amateurs of inheritance and traditions, to come in Cancale will be for you the discovery of proud people of his maritime past and its remote origins, which knew with the wire of times to maintain a certain art of living. That you are amateurs of gastronomy and good tables, to come in Cancale will be for you the meeting of famous chiefs whose passion made our city ?a remarkable site of the taste?. Then do not hesitate any more, come to meet us in all seasons bus Cancale is discovered as well the summer as the winter? thanks to the quality of its reception recognized of all. Town of Character to the image of its inhabitants, Cancale also knew to preserve what today does one of the jewels of Emerald Coast of it: its authenticity and richness of its traditions going back to the night of times.Ideas of visits to be made in the area? Initially a true council for a stay with Cancale: time can change quickly into better or less better. If the weather is nice: profit in forthwith, it is very risky to wait?! If it rains, not of panic: the situation can be raised quickly. The variety of local curiosities contributes to this adaptation. The traditional ones St Malo: its ramparts, corsairs, Chateaubriant? Dinard: its beach and the walk with the moonlight. Dinan and its medieval scenery. Do not forget Jerzual and its craftsmen. The Mount Saint Michel: to visit day as with fallen the night (visit in the enlightened Abbey)? Attractions The large aquarium of Malo Saint is interesting and very ludic The castle of Bourbansais (between St Malo and Rennes) is a property including a zoo and a castle www.labourbansais.comWalksOn cancale, the site of the Beach of the Orchard (plage du Verger)(fine sand) is very sympathetic. The point of Grouin enables you to take a good bowl of air near the house! The ?chemin des douaniers? (ways of the customs officers) in edge of coast are sportsmen and very pretty.You will find in the house (and with the tourist bureau) a complete documentation with descriptions of ballades. For the walkers, to start from the house, walk around the Pointe of Grouin is very pleasant. To take the street of Tintiaux (almost opposite the house) which joined the wild side of the Pointe To join the Pointe of the grouin either while skirting the road or by the chemin des Douaniers (way of the customs officers) To return to Port-Mer by the way of the customs officers. Internet sites to prepare your Our good addressesFor the courageous ones and the greedy ones: only one solution outward journey with the source:Fishing with foot in bay is the must but it is necessary to be equipped and attention with the tide - it really goes up very quickly. The gathering of the strawberries in St Méloir: you can go to gather them yourself (in season) or to go to buy them with the Farm which organizes, i


Beautiful renovated villa, with a view of the sea, is situated 100 m from a fantastic beach in a pleasant Breton village. Heated (to be payed) enclose


Property type: Villa

Room details


7 bedrooms, sleeps 10

Bedroom 1: 1 Double bed
Bedroom 2: 1 Double bed
Bedroom 3: 1 Double bed
Bedroom 4: 1 Single bed
Bedroom 5: 1 Single bed
Bedroom 6: 1 Single bed
Bedroom 7: 1 Single bed

Additional beds:
2 bathrooms

Indoor facilities

Entertainment and IT:
TV Languages in Local
Table tennis
Clothes drier
Pots / pans
Washing machine

Outdoor facilities



Suitable for
Restricted mobility

Sports and activities

Boat Hire
Horse Riding
Mountain Biking
Scuba Diving
Sports Center
Water Skiing
Wind Surfing

Sights and attractions

Historic Site
Theme Park

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Last updated 01.01.1970

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This is the general location (within 1km of the property)

  • Nearest beach: 99km
  • Nearest restaurant: 99km
  • Nearest supermarket: 99km
  • Restaurants in CANCALE: 3km
  • Markets in CANCALE: 3km
  • The Railway in ST MALO: 15km
  • Shops in CANCALE: 3km


This is a superb property - extremely well-equipped, and much bigger and better presented than it looks in the photographs. The little bay, just a couple of minutes' walk away, is extremely picturesque, and has a choice of three snack bars/restaurants which seem to be open day and night in high season - very welcome after a long journey from England! Having never holidayed in France before we weren't sure of what to expect, but were pleasantly surprised by the very high standard of this accommodation, and by the facilities on offer in nearby Cancale - at least two large supermarkets and no end of restaurants. The old town of nearby St Malo is also well worth a visit. Obviously sea food is a must (our first experience of oysters), and the local cider has to be sampled at least once! The week we were there (last week of August/first of September) the circus (a traditional one with tigers, acrobats and clowns) was in town - the high point of our visit. Minor points to note: the pool was fairly expensive to heat, but having kept four young children entertained for most of the week, it was WELL worth it. Highly recommended.


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