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Broons - a thriving town

The town of Broons (despite sounding like a Scots or Geordie person talking about a certain type of northern British beer) is actually a very attractive town that is found in the glorious Côtes d'Armor department of northern Brittany. The town is of medium size and has a thriving economy which is in no small way boosted by tourism, as this part of Brittany is very popular with holiday makers from all over the world.

Excellent amenities

Broons has everything you could wish for in terms of shops and services, and a lot more besides. There are a number of bars, cafés and restaurants in the town, and this is definitely a cause for celebration, as the Breton cuisine is certainly something you will want to enjoy... time and time again! Broons holds a weekly traditional street market every Wednesday, and for convenience there is also a good super U supermarket. All the usual local shops are present in town, with some delicious local delicacies on sale in the patisseries and creperies.

What to do in and around Broons

If you are in Broons between May and September you can enjoy a dip in the town's open air swimming pool. The town is host to a variety of festivals and other cultural events, so be sure to get yourself to the Tourist Office to find out exactly what is going on and when. The wider area offers many interesting things to do and a multitude of lovely places to visit.

Coast and countryside to explore

The great Breton coast is within easy reach, as is everywhere in the north of the region, so spend some time exploring and enjoy the beauty of the beaches and the dramatic cliffs, the buzz of the lively resort towns and the historical ambience of the mediaeval towns such as Dinan and Treguier. The countryside is delightful too, with an abundance of lakes and rivers, and there are lots of sporting activities which are ideally suited to the open air lifestyle of Broons. Walking, fishing, cycling and golf are all popular and easily accessed.

How to get there

If you like to travel by air, you have the choice of arriving at Dinard, served by Ryanair and Aurigny, or Rennes, which has flights with flybe and Aer Lingus. Ferry travel is another sensible choice, as the port of St Malo is close at hand, and the ports of Roscoff, Caen and Cherbourg are also within a very reasonable distance. Drivers will find the town easily from the N12.

Property prices and availability in and around Broons

The Côtes d'Armor can sometimes be an expensive department, but the advantages to owning property here are well documented, and prices are perhaps more reasonable than you might think given the desirability of the location. Broons is actually very affordable, and it is well worth considering if some of the prices nearer the coast are too rich for your pocket. There are many lovely character properties to be found, a few currently under a hundred thousand Euros... amazing value!

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WHERE IS Broons?

Broons is found in the north-west of France. It lies in the east of the Côtes d'Armor department.

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Population: 2,765

Access: By air: Fly to Dinard or Rennes. By boat: The port of St Malo is just forty minutes away, and there is easy access to the ports of Roscoff, Caen and Cherbourg as well. By car: Find the town from the N12.

Economy: The economy is mixed, with agriculture, tourism, commerce and industry all playing a part.

Interesting fact: The town was the birthplace of the knight Bertrand du Guesclin, known as the Eagle of Brittany during the Hundred Years War.


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