Hotel on the beach
Endowed with a wealth and diversity of natural and cultural resources, Brittany offers you a multitude of places to get out, have fun and learn something new.
Sports and Leisure
Interested in exercise and exploration? Close to the hotel, you will find a broad selection of sports and leisure activities.
Fishing, sailing, scuba diving, canoeing and kayaking, land-sailing, kite surfing, etc. - all here in Brittany! Take full advantage of our hotel’s seaside location!
Get out and enjoy our natural setting as well: mountain biking (bikes provided by the hotel), walks on our hiking trails along the coastline and/or the beach, horseback riding, etc.
Our staff is ready to help you organise outings near the hotel, either before or after your arrival. For family fun, check out the following:
- Oceanopolis in Brest, is simultaneously a museum, a theme park, a zoo and an educational park about the sea.
- Aquashow in Audienne, has the largest collection in Brittany of salt-water and fresh-water fish in giant tanks.
- Odet Loisirs in Elliant, is a theme park for the entire family.
- Ya’Ka, in Locronan, offers rock climbing, via corda and tree-trails, both day and night.
- Guided boat tours: Morgat caves, the Odet, etc.
Interested in getting out and discovering new styles of music? There are a number of Breton festivals not far from our hotel.
- Every year for more than 1500 years, on the last Sunday in August, the Saint-Anne’s “Pardon” Festival is held in Sainte-Anne la Palud. It is one of the grandest and oldest “pardon” festivals in Brittany, and includes religious festivities and a parade in Breton costumes.
In 2013 (Saturday, 24th August - Tuesday, 27th August): the 100th anniversary of the crowning of Sainte Anne - Procession bearing the granite statue of Sainte Anne, weighing nearly 360 kg.
- Cournouaille Festival in Quimper, in July: a festival of Breton traditions - songs, dances and costumes.
- Festival of the Ancient Plows, in Charhaix-Plouguer, the largest music festival in France.
- Festival at the End of the World, on the Crozon peninsula. Three days of concerts featuring music from round the world, held the first weekend in August.
Museums, Historic Sites and Monuments
Interested in broadening your horizons and setting off to learn about our cultural heritage? Superb Breton museums and historic sites await you.
- The museum and port of Dournenez are devoted to the ships and people of Brittany and elsewhere.
- The Saint-Corentin cathedral, in Quimper, offers a special attraction: the change in line-of-sight between the nave and the choir.
- The Breton Departmental Museum is located in the former Bishops’ Palace in Cornouaille, one of the most remarkable historic sites in Quimper.
- The Trévarez Estate contains an immense, rose-coloured castle from the early 20th century, with 85 hectares of English-style grounds.
- The museum of the ancient Abbey of Landevennec, set in the centre of a nature preserve, tells the story of how monastic life developed starting in the 6th century.
- The museum at the famous Henriot porcelain works, in Quimper.
- The fishermen’s museum at the centre of the town of Close de Concarneau.
Spectacular isles, landscapes and lighthouses
Interested in exploring the Finistère region and discovering refreshing, delightful landscapes? Brittany invites you to discover its many facets.
- The Ar-Men lighthouse, 34 m in height, is the best-known lighthouse in France.
- The Isle of Sein, separated from Raz Point by an 8-kilometre stretch of sea, is 1.7 km in length.
- The Glénan archipelago is highly appreciated for its wealth of nature. Upon disembarking at Saint-Nicolas, the largest of the twelve isles, you may wish to set off to discover the Glénan Narcissus or dive down to search for sea horses, sea hares or cuttlefish.
- The Isle of Ouessant, the isle at land’s end, last landfall before the Americas, hosts a major bird preserve with some 150-200 species in permanent residence. Also explore its cliffs with their secret streams...
- Molène is the largest isle in the group of that same name, and has 9 principal smaller isles.
- Raz Point is one of those grandiose sites where land and sea struggle for final dominance.
- The reserve at Cap Sizun is a nature preserve that showcases the splendours of wild wetlands.
- The Crozon peninsula has exceptional geological resources.
- The town of Locronan was awarded a label as one of the most beautiful villages in France, due to its substantial architectural heritage.