Recording the geography of a living place.
The Neo-Breton house is built against a buttress. It is in the middle of a garden overlooking the Daoulas bay.
In the back of the garden on the south side access is given through a gate to a little path that goes down to the Kerzafloc’h pebble beach on the right and to the small harbor of Kerzanton on the left. From the patio you can see the point of the castle facing Logonna Daoulas. The garden is marked out to the east and to the west by tall pine trees that hide the neighbouring houses.
On the north side the garden does not have a doorway and the street, that is accessible by car, is bordered with trees and flowery
July 2005 → January 2011