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Cléden Poher - peaceful and pretty in a good location

The little village of Cléden Poher, in the Finistère department of Brittany, is set amid the typically picturesque and unspoilt countryside of the department, within easy reach of the stunning coast and other attractions of this wild and beautiful part of France. Offering useful local amenities, the village is peaceful and pretty, with a thriving community life.

Most amenities catered for

Cléden Poher, despite its fairly diminutive size, has two schools, one public and one private, a post office, a doctor, a small supermarket, a bakery, a bar and a restaurant, as well as a hairdresser's, giving you most of life's little essentials on the doorstep. There is also a velodrome, for those wishing to pursue this sport. Meanwhile further facilities can be easily accessed at the nearby larger town of Carhaix Plouguer.

Charming and typically Breton

The village is charming and typically Breton in style and atmosphere, with a lovely old 15th century church complete with some intriguing stone carvings.

Enjoy the outdoors

Finistère is a wonderful department, offering some of the most dramatic and beautiful coastline of France, mysterious megaliths and standing stones, heritage towns and traditional Breton villages. The area around Cléden Poher also has lovely, untouched countryside to explore and enjoy, and is the perfect place to get out into the fresh air and enjoy a spot of walking, cycling, fishing or pony trekking.

Visit the seaside and explore the megaliths at Carnac

The seaside is within an hour's drive of Cléden Poher too, with further nearby attractions including Carnac with its megaliths, the Nantes Brest Canal and the lively market town of Carhaix Plouguer, which has excellent shopping, dining and other entertainment.

How to get there

The nearest airports are found at Brest, Rennes and Dinard, all of which offer direct flights from the UK. Flybe, Ryanair and Aurigny serve one or other of these airports. The nearest ferry port is Roscoff, while drivers can find the town very close to the big national road, the N164.

Property prices and availability in and around Cléden Poher

Finistère enjoys the lowest property prices in Brittany, as long as you steer clear of the most popular coastal towns, so if you are seeking bargain then a village such as Cléden Poher could be the ideal place to start.

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Cléden Poher AT A GLANCE

WHERE IS Cléden Poher?

Cléden Poher is located in the north-west of France. It lies in the east of the Finistère department.

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Population: 1,047

Access: By air: Fly to Brest, Dinard or Rennes direct from the UK. By ferry: Roscoff is the nearest ferry port. By road: Cléden Poher is easily found close to the N164.

Economy: The economy includes agriculture and small commerce.

Interesting fact: Cléden Poher's village church has some fascinating stone carvings, well worth a closer look.

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