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A town of unspoiled beauty

The traditional market town of Rostrenen, remains largely untouched by modern architecture and developments, and thus is thought to be one of Brittany's prettiest towns. The houses are resplendent in traditional building materials of stone and slate, and there is a welcoming feel to the town that delights tourists and residents alike. Despite this traditional feel, the town is well supplied with amenities and leisure facilities, having several supermarkets, restaurants and bars. Sports fans will be happy there too, as Rostrenen caters for most sporting tastes, having lakes for fishing and water sports, glorious countryside for walking, cycling and horse-riding, golf, and tennis clubs for the more energetic!

The crossroads of Brittany

Placed as it is, in the centre of the region of Brittany, Rostrenen forms a perfect base for exploring this lovely part of France. Although Rostrenen is in the department of the Côtes D'Armor, all three Breton coastlines are accessible, and the nearby Nantes- Brest canal adds to its charm. A varied countryside of woods, lakes and rivers ensures that there is always somewhere glorious to see, and provides a location to suit everyone.

A place for miracles

There are many old stories told of miracles which have taken place in Rostrenen, and one of the most famous of these is the tale of the statue of the Blessed Virgin found under a rose tree, in December 1300. This is still celebrated in the town today, in the festival known as the 'bod fair' (meaning ''the bush fair') on the first Tuesday of December. Another festival for which the town is well known is the Fisel Festival, which is an extravaganza of traditional Breton music and dance, both of which are held close to the heart of the town.

How to get there

Being situated in northern France, Rostrenen is accessible from the UK by a variety of means of transport. The ferry ports of St Malo, Caen, Calais, Cherbourg and Roscoff all offer sailings from and to England, with Roscoff the nearest at only one hour from the town itself. Another option is to take Eurostar to Paris, then a TGV to Guingamp. It is also possible to fly to Dinard or Brest.

Property prices and availability in and around Rostrenen

Rostrenen could prove to be the ideal town in which to seek your French property. The area abounds with lovely traditionally built houses and cottages, ranging from stone townhouses through fisherman's cottages to canal houses and old cider farms. There truly is something for every taste here, and the prices are reasonable in comparison with much of France.

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Rostrenen AT A GLANCE

WHERE IS Rostrenen?

Rostrenen is found in north-western France, in the south-west of the Côtes-d'Armor department.

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Population: 3,616

Access: By ferry from various UK ports to Roscoff, Cherbourg, Caen, Calais or St. Malo.By Eurostar to Paris, then TGV to Guingamp.By air to Dinard or Brest.

Economy: Agriculture and tourism.

Interesting fact: The name "Rostrenen" means hill of thorns. It comes from the old Breton words "roz", meaning hill, and "droenen" meaning thorns.

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