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Headquarters : 5 Hent Meneyer, 29 950 Gouesnac'h, France.
Postal address : 2 impasse de Kervégant, 29 350 Moëlan sur mer, France.
Si Belle is a real estate agency based in Moëlan sur Mer in Brittany, specialising in rentals and sales of quality villas with private pools.

Si Belle offers a wide variety of holiday rental properties in Brittany, from charming cottages to period properties, modern and contemporary villas, luxury villas, villas with indoor pools and villas with covered heated private pools... an ideal rental villa for a Brittany holiday!

Or if you are looking to purchase a property for sale in Brittany, Si Belle estate agency based in Moëlan sur Mer in southern Finistère can help you find the villa you are looking for.
Discover our selection of 'Villas at the water's edge', with sea views or beside the coast, as well as our 'Prestige Villas' which are exceptional properties with private pools.
Book your holiday now with our agency, based here in Brittany, with only a 20% deposit required.

Indoor heated pools for year-round enjoyment; sea views; all properties for rent or for sale have been carefully selected, most being situated in southern Brittany - in southern Finistère and Morbihan - but also in northern Finistère and Côtes-d'Armor departments. Don't hesitate to contact us to organise your holiday and benefit from our experience gained since 1995.

Or if you'd like to go further afield, take a look at our selection of quality and luxury villas in Saint Barthélemy, in the Caribbean, for your dream holiday in the tropics...
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03/11/2018 -

The Isles of the Glénan Archipelago

If there is an archipelago in Brittany that can come close to its southern sea counterparts, it is the Glénan Archipelago, a scattering of nine large islands and numerous smaller siblings in the sea off Concarneau, its snow white sands lapped by clear turquoise waters. The Glénan Archipelago is composed of nine principal islands and a large number of smaller isles, but it is thought that way back this mass of granite had been a single land mass; indeed local legend even talks of how the nine Glénan isles were once one big island. They were eroded gradually by the waves over time but, if popular hearsay is anything to go by, collective memory of the time when this archipelago was part of the continent is not yet completely lost. It is said that it used to be possible to walk from Beg Meil (on the mainland) to the Ile aux Moutons, which is now far out at sea, and also that the Trévignon headland used to adjoin Cigogne island.

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