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Chosen as France’s favourite village in 2016, Rochefort-en-Terre is located in the heart of Morbihan. This flowered oasis has a very rich cultural heritage and much of the original architecture has been preserved. Morbihan enjoys a mild climate, with average temperatures of 18°C in summer. Can’t wait to set off and discover the legend of the Broceliande forest? Book your holiday rental in Rochefort-en-Terre today and discover the quail eggs, the Guemene andouille sausage, and the niniches, a type of lollipop from Quiberon.
Between the window ledges laden with flowers and the view over the Grees, the village of Rochefort-en-Terre makes a great setting for pleasant walks. Discover this authentic village and set off to discover some of its many monuments: the Vieux Bourg, the Lavoir, Notre Dame de la Tronchaye and even the chapel of Saint Michel.
Then use your time at your holiday accommodation in Morbihan to visit Brittany’s Prehistoric Park. Nature lovers will adore the Moulin Neuf pond and the Moulin de la Vallee while the romantics will be left captivated by the Rochefort-en-Terre castle.
Feel like some sunbathing? Spend the day at one of the beaches in the Gulf of Morbihan. On the itinerary: relaxation for the adults and shell collecting for the children.
Come and stay at the residence Ar Peoc’h, your holiday accommodation with a pool in Morbihan. Book a 6-person apartment for the whole family or a studio if you’re coming as a couple, right next door to the residence’s heated pool. With Vacanceole you’re also guaranteed an eco-friendly stay in Rochefort-en-Terre, as the Group has committed to limiting the impacts of tourism on the environment.
Elected "Wonderful Christmas Village 2017", Rochefort en Terre is worth the detour! Enter into the magic of the festive season and stroll through the beautifully decorated alleys. It is also the occasion to find your gifts by visiting the stands of craftsmen and artists.
... having eaten a Kouign-amann. This Breton pastry was invented during a flour shortage. The good idea was to replace the flour by... butter! So it is as much to say that this caramelized (and well buttered) puff pastry is a massacre.
Plan a day trip to Vannes. Between its medieval historical center, its half-timbered houses, its flowered ramparts and its marina there is plenty to do. Don't hesitate to discover the old covered market of La Cohue (now the museum of fine arts).