The accommodation is part of the rental residence "The trestel terraces". It has a direct view of Trestel beach at the bottom of the garden (road to cross)
For shared use: large garden (with deckchairs) overlooking the sea, heated pool (15/06 to 15/09), barbecue areas, fitness, sauna, bowling alley ...
This house enjoys the serenity of the Bay of Trestel, only 8 km from the port of Perros Guirec and half an hour from the island of Bréhat. You can make great walks on the customs path (gr 34 at the foot of the residence).
You will also like to have the beautiful sandy beach labeled "blue flag of Europe" in its cove lined with pink rocks, at the bottom of the garden.
The heated pool, facing the beach a real treat!
The maisonette (48m2) consists of a living room with kitchenette, dining area and sitting area with sofa bed trundle.
You will appreciate it for its luminosity and its view on the Beach of Trestel. Shower room with shower, separate toilet
1 bedroom with double bed and one bedroom with 3 single beds
a beautiful terrace facing the beach with garden furniture and parasol
Reserved parking space, free wi-fi at the reception or in the accommodation (depending on its location), common garage for bicycles and windsurfers, self-service laundry, linen and linen rental.
access to the pool, fitness are free, barbecue areas in several areas of the garden.
a sauna session is offered
electricity extra except July and August
the loungers are installed facing the sea, solarium on the pool.
shops nearby 500m walk.
crêperies, snack, pizzeria along the beach (50m)
surf school and long-side on the beach, sailing school, tennis ... horse farm on the neighboring town
The Trévou-Tréguignec coast has many sensitive areas described by Professor Jean-Pierre Pinot in his book Coastal Management2. The teacher studied a set of "comet tails" characteristic of the trévousien littoral. A comet tail is an accumulation of sediments in a shelter position behind a reef, an island or an island. The marsh of Trestel is also an original environment which was the subject of a study of Mohamed Alhassan for the account of the General Council of Côtes-d'Armor: The Marsh of Trestel: an original environment - Contribution to ecological diagnosis and project of Valuation by the creation of walking routes (years 2002-2004). This marsh was also studied at the time of the Natura 2000 survey (existence of habitats of Community interest to be preserved).
To the west of the beach of Trestel, one can observe a very characteristic geological formation: a vein of dolerite.
At the beginning of the 20th century, the beach of Trestel, will change face with the construction of many hotels and villas.
The inauguration of the Grand Hotel Casino de la Mer on 7 August 1910 was the subject of a series of postcards published by Eugène Lageat. On this day, there is a crowd on the beach of Trestel to witness the many activities: bicycle races, cocagne mast, fireworks and popular ball. This hotel, sometimes called Hotel Thomas, Hotel Kermor or Grand Café de la Mer, was destroyed in the 1950s to allow the extension of the sanatorium.
The beach of Trestel seems to have been a conquest made by the sea. There are indeed remains of a forest that has become underwater. Benjamin Jollivet explains that the beach was once planted with trees of high fûtaie. "Everywhere, in fact, at very small depths (from 60 to 80 centimeters) one discovers trunks of alder or oak