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Langonnet - a pretty village with a lake

The little village of Langonnet has the advantage of a lovely lake right on its doorstep, providing the perfect answer to what to do in your leisure time! With its stone cottages, longères and selection of useful shops and services, Langonnet is both a picturesque and practical solution to any search for the perfect destination in Morbihan. The surrounding countryside is beautiful, and the coast and the character towns and villages for which Brittany is famed are all just a short drive away.

An authentic taste of Breton life

The village has many traditional buildings and offers a really authentic taste of Breton life. If you are on the heritage trail, the 12th century church is a good place to begin, but there is plenty more to see, with old fountains, chapels and an abbey with a fascinating museum of African Art.

Good facilities and a lovely lake

As many otherwise attractive rural French villages have no local shops and facilities, it is a real bonus that Langonnet offers a good selection, with a butcher's, baker's, Spa general store, newsagent's, post office, florist's, hairdresser's, doctor's and a pharmacy. In addition, there are a couple of café bars for your enjoyment. And of course at the edge of the village is the pretty lake, where you can while away many a summer's day swimming, relaxing or watching the children play in the designated safe play area.

Visit the coast or enjoy various outdoor activities in the countryside

Morbihan has wonderful, south facing beaches that enjoy the warmest and sunniest weather in Brittany, and although Langonnet lies inland, it doesn't take long to drive to the coast for great days out. The countryside offers numerous opportunities for enjoying various outdoor activities, and these include swimming, walking, horse-riding, cycling, golf and tennis.

Explore the standing stones of Carnac

Getting out and about also suggests the chance to discover more of this intriguing and historic land, with many historic towns and heritage buildings to find. Worth adding to the itinerary are Carnac, home to mysterious standing stones; mediaeval Josselin on the Nantes Brest Canal; the historic city of Vannes; and the stunning Quiberon Peninsula.

How to get there

There are airports at Brest and Dinard which offer direct flights to and from the UK, or you can take the ferry crossing from England to Roscoff or St Malo. (Brest Airport is served by Ryanair and Flybe, while Dinard is served by Aurigny and Ryanair.) If driving, you will find the village on the D121, D128 or D187. The nearest major road is the N164.

Property prices and availability in and around Langonnet

Morbihan can be more expensive than the other Breton departments, but there are still bargains to be had, especially in inland locations. At the time of writing (2011), lovely stone longères can be found for less than 130,000 Euros along with other excellent character properties at surprisingly low prices.

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Langonnet AT A GLANCE

WHERE IS Langonnet?

Langonnet is found in the north-west of France. It lies in the north-west of the Morbihan department.

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Population: 1,918

Access: By air: Fly to Dinard or Brest. By boat: Catch the ferry to Roscoff or St Malo. Caen and Cherbourg are also possible ports to consider. By road: The village lies on the D121/D128/D187.

Economy: The economy is mainly agricultural, with small commerce and enterprise present.

Interesting fact: Langonnet has its own natural leisure centre in the form of a pretty lake, right on the edge of the village.


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