Pluvigner Shopping

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    more shopping lol!
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  • fish market Poissonnerie Kervarrec
    fish market Poissonnerie Kervarrec
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  • Laetitia Chaussures
    Laetitia Chaussures
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    Des Sauveurs des Pains: breads traditional breton

    by gwened Written Jan 10, 2015

    This is a small bakery in our shopping area , it was recommended by the resto we go often and by now friendly, this is a typical country store with traditional breads and sweets but better the breads.

    You get here bio breads, Breton specialties, sweets and macarons

    Open from September 15 septembre to middle of February: Mondays to Saturdays 6h-13h and 15h-19h30; Sundays 6h -13h and 16h-19h30; Closed Wednesdays. March 1st to August 20th Mondays to Saturdays 6h-13h and 16h-19h30; Sundays 6h-13h and 16h-19h30; Closed Wednesdays

    The city hall info on it ,the map is off thought.
    http://www.pluvigner.fr/module-Contenus-viewpub-tid-9-pid-10.html

    What to buy: breads

    What to pay: good prices locally for local good stuff

    Des Sauveurs des Pains entrance the window coming in at bakery
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    Laêtitia Chaussures: shoes for the family

    by gwened Written Jan 10, 2015

    This is the ultimate town store, long standing tradition, family friendly service, top brands and reasonable prices. all done with care by the owners themselves.

    Coming in the evening allows for more chat just before closing time.....

    More info from the city merchants site
    http://www.pluvigner.fr/module-Contenus-viewpub-tid-9-pid-154.html

    hours 9h15 to 12h15 and then 14h to 19h Mondays to Saturdays and Sundays 10-12h30
    official site here
    http://www.laetitia-chaussures.com/

    What to buy: they have handbags, belts, and shoes for children, men and women. We purchase for men and women.

    What to pay: the prices are right for brand names, if wait on sales or soldes even better.

    Laetitia Chaussures
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    Poissonnerie Kervarrec: fish market in town

    by gwened Written Jan 10, 2015

    This is a small fish market right in city center by the place du marché that we buy our fresh fish and seafood.

    It is nothing major small cozy and family friendly. The man is a fisherman license and the wife tend the store. If you want fresh from the Atlantic or gulf of Morbihan then come here. Some other fish/seafood is offered from elsewhere in France, but most is locally catch by the owner. Can't get any better than this.

    Not the best to showcase it but got a photo at night when its closed.Just for the tip.

    What to buy: fish and seafood whatever is in season fresh

    What to pay: very good prices for the freshest best product; locally done by the owner himself

    fish market Poissonnerie Kervarrec
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    boulangerie Codoret: bakery pastries galore in country

    by gwened Updated Nov 8, 2014

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    This is our closest bakery so we use it a lot, just 7 minutes walking from home. Plenty of choices of breads and pastries freshly made daily.

    The service is very friendly and plenty of choices of fresh goodies from the oven. ok not the best photo but there will be better ::) they were close for vacation until Nov 17 2014.

    What to buy: breads, fruit tarts, eclairs, all very good

    What to pay: best prices like 90 cents euro for baguettes

    Boulangerie Codoret
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    Le Goût de la Vigne: wines, liquors, beers is all here

    by gwened Updated Oct 11, 2014

    nice small shop selling brand name wines, liquors, and breton beers alongside accessories for them.

    The service is personalise and we got on the mailing list for events tastings and dinners. you can buy by the barrel or the jug wines. Some sweets of Breton origins are also sold.

    Enjoy the wines near me

    What to buy: wines, liquors, accessories, breton beers. We go for wines.

    What to pay: prices for better known drinks are reasonable.

    Le go��t de la vigne closeup Domaine Arp��ge Haut Nouchet Pessac Leognan 2010 Chateau Bellevue la For��t Fronton 2011 red Domaine Baron d'Ardeuil Buzet VV 2010 arriving at le gout de la vigne
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    Boulangerie Ty Roue: breads and pastries at Marché

    by gwened Written Jun 9, 2014

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    This is a typical full service bakery and pastry shop in city center of my town, we are clients and can tell you the breads especially are good.

    Typical friendly country service in a layout where you come on one door with pastries then breads then cash register and you go out.

    So if in the area passing by don't hesitate to try the real French country flavors .

    What to buy: breads, baguettes, and pain de campagne; and pain de tradition

    What to pay: normal prices 90 cents baguettes

    Boulangerie Ty Roue, Pluvigner
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    Marché de samedi: le Marché

    by gwened Written Apr 12, 2014

    well a town in France would not be it without the marché or the market days. We Enjoy ours as it is about 500 meters from our house.

    The market is here is at Place Saint Michel, the one next to the mayor's office or mairie. Its a small market and we found meats a bit more expensive than in others but still the experience is nice and you get to know the local even the Neighbors.

    There is a bit bigger one on Tuesdays. always in the mornings before 13h or 1pm.
    there is a nice event in the summer with a night market and Breton dances.

    What to buy: we go for some fruit vegetables and mostly meats, even if the price compare to other market we have been is a bit high

    What to pay: ok prices, our experience has been we have found cheaper elsewhere

    more shopping lol! arriving march�� de Pluvigner at pl St Michel you name it we are ready at the market
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    Comptoir du Village/Gamm Vert: country garden store Comptoir Village

    by gwened Written Oct 5, 2013

    This is your local garden country shop, where all your friendly folks from the farms gather and share ideas, also very helpful staff. It is the closest to our home, and its a home away now ::)

    They have food from the farms like wine, honey,jellies, cookies, etc, plus garden tools, fertilisers, and insect repellents, farm tools, and flower pots, all for the home.

    The way for visitors would be that stopping here you will get a souvenir from real France, not only made here but by local farmers and producers who love their terroirs. Unique and authentic.

    They are the country store part of the biggest garden chain in France Gamm Vert.
    http://www.gammvert.fr/

    What to buy: gardens tools from shovels to picks, and gloves. also honey, and trees and flower medicines lol!

    What to pay: best prices as they have their own brand of tools

    Comptoir du Village at Pluvigner the side with main entrance to Comptoir du Village
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    Lidl: foreign chain in the country

    by gwened Written Sep 6, 2013

    This is a German chain all over here, and we have one about 300 meters from our house. Its a typical low price grocery store of in house brands mostly from Germany ,Sweden, and Spain based products.
    The prices are right, the quality you need to check the quality/price ratio.

    Its a big size grocery store, I say the second biggest in the area, and as it is close we already check it out ,so more choices for grocery shopping. The family has been here, not me yet.

    you will be well fed around here. Open Mondays to Saturdays from 9h to 19h

    What to buy: groceries

    What to pay: best prices for non brand name items

    Lidl supermarket parking at the Lidl
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    Proxi: groceries in city center

    by gwened Written Sep 6, 2013

    This is a local supermarket , medium size but right in city center across from the bus station, so convenient we don't even have to buy ahead of time, just 7 minutes walk and there it is.

    It is fully stock, withe butcher shop, fruits:vegetables stands, sundries, and plenty of groceries in aisle after aisle of goodies

    very country, with all the local newspapers and very friendly.
    Open Mondays to Saturdays from 8h - 20h continuous, and Sundays/holidays from 8h30 - 12h30.

    What to buy: groceries on a quick impulse

    What to pay: convenience prices but not bad at all

    Proxi Supermarket
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    Mr Bricolage: handyman and beach items

    by gwened Written Jul 20, 2013

    This is a handy man special local flavor country store, with great friendly service,nice folks. we special order from here things for our home.

    you have all your home and garden needs in a medium scale store, with personal service. right off the road D768 that criss cross the north of Brittany in St Brieuc to the south at the beaches of Carnac and Quiberon passing by Auray.

    It is well stock and you can find beach items here to take on your way down. Store opens from Mondays to Fridays 9h-12h and 14h-19h. Saturdays from 9h-12h30 and 14h- 19h

    What to buy: we buy for our home window screens, and fertilisers for the garden, and in season beach balls, and sand castle building tools

    What to pay: good prices for away from tourists centers in country Brittany

    main entrance Mr Bricolage side displays at mr bricolage
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    Super U supermarché: grocery shopping in the country of Pluvigner

    by gwened Updated May 4, 2013

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    This is a chain , very nice of good items and good prices; Super U part of the U Systemes group of Marché U, and the biggest Hyper U hypermarkets.

    The Super U is at Pluvigner, not far from me but away from my area so post here. Its at a great crossing coming from the St Brieuc to the Carnac areas along inland Brittany; it has a full service grocery store with some sundries items and a full service gas station for gasoline/petrol at very good prices.

    What to buy: groceries items, and ready made meals on the run which what I have try here. and great rates on car rentals!!!

    What to pay: good supermarket prices, cheaper than in bigger towns, and friendly service

    front entrance to Super U the gas station at Super U side entrance to Super U daytime gas station with great prices covered parking if you want for your car!
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