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Penvénan is a commune in the Côtes-d'Armor department of Brittany in northwestern France.PopulationInhabitants of Penvénan are called penvénannais in French.Port-Blanc and islandsThe town itself is inland, but the commune is best known for the coastal hamlet of Port-Blanc, a popular tourist location from the late 19th century, and former home of Anatole Le Braz and Théodore Botrel. Charles Lindbergh, Aldous Huxley and Alexis Carrel also lived there for periods. Lindbergh lived on the island of Île Illiec, which he owned. Port-Blanc is also the location of the annual Pardon of Saint Gildas, a significant religious festival, and of the "sunken" chapel of Notre-Dame. A group of islands are off the coast, notably the Isle of Saint Gildas, containing a chapel from the 9th century.Breton languageThe municipality launched a linguistic plan through Ya d'ar brezhoneg on January 16, 2007.In 2008, 19.93% of primary school children attended bilingual schools. Penvenan is in Cotes-d'Armor. When using our France online trip itinerary builder to make an itinerary online, Penvenan holidays come together around your tastes, interests, and requirements, with us taking care of the logistics.
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