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This department is located in the west of France and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes via Nature.house. Finistère has an area of 6733 km2 and over 915,000 inhabitants. Finistère owes its name to the location of the department and fin des terres literally means 'the end of the country'. Are you looking for a holiday home in the countryside in Finistère? In the west of Finistère you can enjoy the sea in one of the holiday homes. While more inland you can enjoy a holiday home in Brittany.
Regional park Marin d'Iroise
This park mainly covers marine areas. The sea here is very treacherous by the many currents. There are more than 300 species of algae and 120 species of fish and invertebrates. Because the temperature of the sea is relatively low, a lot of plankton grows here. The nutrient-rich water on the Finistère coast also attracts many other animals, such as the basking shark, dolphins, cone seals and seals. Are you looking for a holiday home in this region of Finistère? The area is loved by many fishermen because of its rich populations of fish and lobsters.
Regional natural park d'Amorique
Are you looking for a holiday home in an area where you can combine sea and nature? The regional natural park of Armorique extends over 112,000 hectares, of which 60,000 hectares are maritime areas. The park can be divided into several zones: the d'Armorique Natural Park, since 1969, stretches over 112,000 hectares, of which 60,000 hectares are maritime areas. A very nice walk you can take is to the top of the Monts d'Arrée. This mountain is millions of years old and had in the past an altitude of more than 2000 meters. Today the mountain is still 384 meters high and during a walk on this mountain you can enjoy the heathlands of Cragou, the wild rocky outcrops, the dense forests and the gorse.
Cultural history in Finistère
Finistère has a lot to offer. In addition to all the holiday homes that can be found here in nature, you can also enjoy many cathedrals that are located in Finistère. Visit for example the cathedral of Saint-Corentin from the 13th and 15th century in Quimper, or the special bridges the Pont de Recouvrance (the largest drawbridge in Europe) and the Pont de l'Harteloire (634 meters long and 40 meters high) in Brest.