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Located on a rocky headland jutting out towards the ocean, the Domaine de Rochevilaine offers a stunning panorama of the horizon. The swimming pool, like the majority of the rooms as well as the restaurant, is the perfect place to breathe in the sea air while listening to the waves. For hiking enthusiasts, the coastal path alongside the property is an essential place to visit, especially for those who like to wander in untouched nature. A real nugget on the Brittany coast to discover as soon as you can!
The Aqua Phénicia marine spa—a nod to the Phoenicians once established on the site—is part of the Domaine de Rochevilaine, and perpetuates the traditional principle of ancient therapeutic bathing in its vast, luxurious space (1300 m²). It also offers exclusive relaxation massages, Phoenician treatments, Envol, and Nopal, Nomade, and Aquarêve treatments.
Art is everywhere at the Domaine de Rochevilaine. The works of Breton sculptors in the Middle Ages and during the Renaissance make up a genuine museum of pieces acquired by its founder, Henry Dresch. Some of the pieces date back to Antiquity. In such a place, Bertrand Jaquet, a keen enthusiast, collector, and gallery owner of around forty years, wanted to contribute to the magic by opening the Plural Emotion gallery...