Kernascléden is a small rural town
in the department of Morbihan. It
is the department where the summer
is the hottest in Britain, with
temperatures often exceeding 30 °.
There is always a little wind,
making some hot days bearable.
But beware! The sky is rarely
completely blue and offers unique
light effects of the atmosphere
amazing wonderful place. Here, the
photographer and the painter are
Kernascléden is 30 km from
Lorient, and in the middle of the
triangle Guéméné (East), The
Faouët (west) and Plouay (south).
Kernascléden has the advantage of
being located near the D769 (Route
Lorient / Morlaix). This road will
be turned into expressway in
recent years. Currently it takes
no more than half an hour with
normal traffic to reach Lorient.
The Faouët and Guéméné-on-Scorff
located 13 km from Kernascléden
and are also very easy and quick
For travelers who have taken the
TGV from Paris or Lille, you must
go down to Quimperlé or Lorient.
If you just Pontivy in Pontivy
must follow signs that say
"Gourin. For the impatient, there
are airport-Lann Bihoué near
Ploemeur. As motorists from
Rennes, Nantes and Brest, there is
the fast track "called" rapid and,
most importantly, free.