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Si Belle is a French real estate agency based in Moëlan sur Mer in Brittany, specialising in rentals and sales of quality villas with private pools located by the sea.

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 interested in purchasing a property in Brittany, Si Belle based in Moëlan sur Mer in southern Finistère is the estate agency you need to assist you in your search. We will be happy to help you find your ideal villa in our region.
Discover our selection of 'Villas at the water's edge', with sea views or by 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 30% 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 luxury villas in St Tropez and on the Côte d'Azur, as well as our quality villas in Saint Barthélemy (French West Indies) in the Caribbean, for your dream holiday in the tropics... Allow our agency, Si Belle, to help you enjoy a wonderful vacation by the sea, whether the Caribbean or the Mediterranean Sea, the Channel or the Atlantic Ocean.
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05/09/2020 -

“Pebbles”, or how to become a Quarter-Master.

First prize for originality in the international competition for French-speaking writings about the travel and sea.

The head physician was an artist. The officer in charge of the crew was a “good fellow”, paternalistic and gruff, as is expected. And the petty officers were hard drinkers and didn’t try to hide it. And me, just a sailor. The “good fellow” called me “The Professor”. In civvy street, I was a painter and a drawing tutor. Clearly it was the title ‘Professor’ which most impressed the crew’s father figure. Not that this helped me in the least to get a rank, because after all what does one need with an artist on board a ship. But anyway, as I needed a speciality, I became a nurse. A sailor and a nurse – one could hardly dream of better at a time when France was defending its colonies in the Sahara or the Aures Mountains in Algeria. Naval forces were very rarely sent to these zones, apart from perhaps the odd marine commando, but to be one of these you have to be extremely sporty and not too “intellectual”. Sporty? Not me! Intellectual, I’m not sure, but probably not simple enough!

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