Saint Philibert and its beaches!

I am moving right along the coast in my wonderful Morbihan dept 56 of Bretagne, France. The beaches of Saint Philibert are about 23 mins by car from my house.

I like to tell you a bit more about them with new text and photos. Not to repeat myself , beach bum since birth and city goers by adulthood, know about beaches and these ones are good.

First on the scope is the plage Men er Bellec beach located in Tréhennarvour cove in a pleasant environment made up of pine forests and a few residences. Stretching for about 400 meters with a gentle slope, attendance is very family-oriented. On the other hand, at low tide, swimming is impossible as the sea is too far. Sanitary facilities near the car park.  The Men er Beleg beach is nice for unwind day for me and walking with our dog Rex on the pine forest along it is superbe!

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The best for us is the plage Kernevest beach is a sandy beach very popular with families. 250 meters long, the left side is bordered by a pleasant pine forest and the right area is occupied by a sailing center. The beach is closed to animals from April 1 to September 30.

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The Kernevest Beach is a white sand beach, popular with families with its parking nearby. A nautical club and the sailing school are located in the fort of Kernevest 19C. This is a dandy and recommended for swimming and walks.

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My fav webpage for beaches in France is plages tv, here it is the Saint Philibert beaches as above: https://www.plages.tv/station-balneaire/saint-philibert-56471

We come here and enjoy a galette and or nice pint of beer Penfold with the views of the pine forest. The Creperie de la Pointe, 14 rue de Trélian is perfect for this. They have a Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/www.creperiedelapointe.fr

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This is beautiful countryside by the sea, the real living, and nice views now and when the tourist leave even better! Hope you enjoy the beaches of Saint Philibert.

And remember, happy travels, good health, and many cheers to all!!!

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