Tregunc villas to rent, gites for hire and holiday cottages to let ranging from a four bedroom villa for 8 to a four bedroom villa for 10 with private pool, private tennis court and even a private mini golf. Most are within walking distance of the beach and some are just a short stroll from the sailing school.
Located between Concarneau and Pont-Aven, Trégunc is the land of standing stones, known for its unique method of construction for houses dating back to the 18th century. Small resort, where the peaks alternate with coves and dunes, where sandy beaches allow swimming and relaxation, where boats anchor in small picturesque ports, and where you can find beautiful chapels in the countryside.
A coastal resort, Trégunc has 23km of sandy beaches, it is quiet and relaxing, there are rocky headlands, coves and a charming little port, Trévignon. It also offers gentle countryside and many leisure activities. Places to visit include the chapels of Kerven, Saint-Philibert, many megaliths, menhirs, dolmens, and at the tip of Trévignon coastal ponds.
Traveling to Tregunc is pretty easy as there is good road access, duel carriageway most of the way. There are direct international flights to Brest airport (BES) 99km (about 1 hour 16 minutes by car) and Dinard airport (DNR) 218km (around 2 hours and 46 minutes drive). The nearest channel port is Roscoff 127km (roughly 1 hour and 52 minutes motoring) then Saint Malo 260km (3 hours driving).
The climate in Tregunc is generally warm and sunny from May to September although it tends to rain about once a week on average. The temperatures are usually very good for families with children, warm enough but not too hot.