PLAGE DE SAINT-GOUSTAN
This former seaside property consisting of 2 villas and grounds of some 9 ha, was created upon the moors at the end of the XIXth c
This mound is also made from the ballast from the ships; it gets its name from the Breton ‘Leni goz’ which means ‘little ponds’ in
Built upon a marshy area this mound is made of the ballast taken from the trading ships used to transport the salt and wine from G
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