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Trégunc - a charming market town

The little market town of Trégunc lies in south-west Brittany, close to the Atlantic coast. A market town of considerable charm, Trégunc lies in the lovely countryside of the Finistère department, amid the history and mystery of the standing stones, thought to be incredible relics of a farming past.

Markets and supermarkets

Trégunc offers a choice of shopping facilities, as there are shops and supermarkets offering pretty much anything you might need, as well as a traditional and bustling street market held every Wednesday morning. Fans of organic foods can buy great local produce at a special organic market on Tuesday afternoons. The little town is welcoming and lively, especially in summer, when its numerous restaurants and cafés set out their tables on the pavements so you can enjoy the best of Breton fare out in the sunshine and salt air. It really does add to the flavour!

Things to see and do in Trégunc

Like anywhere in Finistère, Trégunc has a rich history and culture to discover. The church is opened to visitors in July and August from 10 'til 12 and from 2 'til 6 most days. There is a Mass service held every Sunday at 11 am, and in July and August there is another service held on Saturday evenings.

Standing stones

Trégunc is known for its standing stones, and these are a truly fascinating thing to discover. Mysterious and echoing a distant past, the stones include a trembling stone (sometimes known as the "deceived husband stone"), which as its name suggests moves eerily. Then there is the huge stone of Kerangallou, the "sacrificial table" and the "elephants head" stone. It is thought that these stones were erected by farmers back in the 18th century, in order to clear the granite rocks from the fields they wished to cultivate.

Fishing port

The fishing port of Trégunc is called Trévignon, and is found on the coast just a short drive from the town. It is colourful and picturesque, the fishing industry still being very much a part of local life and the economy. There is an excellent fish market held each day at 5pm.

Out and about

Finistère is a great department, full of legends and myths, of Breton culture and music, of delicious foods and fresh fish. There are pretty villages, busy seaside resorts, ancient walled towns such as Concarneau to visit and beautiful coastal paths and country walks. Sports in the area include sea and beach sports at the coast, tennis, golf, horse-riding and cycling.

How to get there

To access Trégunc you can choose to fly to one of four nearby airports, Lorient, Brest, Rennes or Dinard, with a choice of airlines. Lorient is served by Aer Arann; Brest by flybe and Ryanair; Rennes by flybe and Aer Lingus; and Dinard by Aurigny and Ryanair. The ferry ports at St Malo and Roscoff are the nearest for boat travel, although Cherbourg, Caen and Le Havre are also within reasonable reach. Drivers should find Trégunc easily on the D783 after leaving the N165.

Property prices and availability in and around Trégunc

Trégunc is set in the department of Finistère, which although becoming more popular with foreign buyers, is considered to be the cheapest part of Brittany for property. Lovers of character properties will love the area, as there are opportunities to purchase some real treasures, including currently, a traditional thatched cottage.

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WHERE IS Trégunc?

Trégunc is situated in the north-west of France, near the Atlantic coast. It lies in the south of the Finistère department.

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Population: 6,354

Access: By air: Fly to Lorient, Brest, Rennes or Dinard. By boat: The ferry ports of St Malo and Roscoff are the closest to the town. By road: Trégunc is found from the N165, on the D783.

Economy: Agriculture is the mainstay of the economy, followed by fishing, tourism, commerce and industry.

Interesting fact: Trégunc is notable for its mysterious standing stones, dating back many centuries.

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