Holidays in South Brittany – the charm of Finistère and Morbihan

From Pouldu to Doëlan, animations & Sightseeing in South Finistère

From Doëlan to Pouldu to Clohars Carnoët, by foot, stroller, horse, mountain bike, canoe or kayak go to discover our region.

Close to The Laïta, natural boundary between the South Finistère and Morbihan, you will radiate to many cities of culture and history.

From the port of Doëlan to the rocks of the devil

CLOHARS-CARNOËT, between land and sea

Destination Nature, mingling past and present in a remarkably preserved site. The Pouldu Is the seaside resort of Clohars Carnoët facing Guidel, on the Morbihan side. Its chapels, the House museum Mary Henry In the footsteps of Gauguin At Pouldu, its site abbatial Saint Maurice, its forest is a few unavoidable outings of the commune.

The small fishing port of Doëlan, film support or recent series like Doc Martin, will delight you eyes and palate.

In Doëlan and Clohars-Carnoët, fishermen and traders will satisfy all your desires of Sea food, Pancakes and Brittany Specialties. Breton Animations, Sea songs, storytellers, Fest-noz, grill, fireworks, grilled pig, all in a good child atmosphere will accompany your holiday.

MOËLAN-SUR-MER, land of sailors and fishermen

Turned to the sea, Moëlan-sur-Mer Seduced by its coastal trails along the carved coast, its Three picturesque ports : The Belon, Brigneau and Masurkar.

The beaches of Kerfany facing Port-Manech, Trene and its breakthrough island accessible at low tide, make the Joy of the Bathers.

QUIMPERLÉ, to the rich civil and religious heritage

Quimperlé is a historic city in the area. The high city is characterized by the interest and diversity of its Religious buildings. The lower town is the one of the Three rivers.

The Ellé and isolates it A small island, cradle of the city since the 11th century, the Benedictines founded the abbey of Saint Croix. There are the witnesses of religious and civil history, the Rich Hotels Of the aristocratic district and the Wood-framed Houses.

The third, The Laïta, union of the first two attests by its quays and beautiful mansions that the port activity was flourishing there.

RIEC-SUR-Belon, land of groves, rivers and sea

It is only happiness for lovers of nature and tradition. The situation of Riec-Sur-Belon is exceptional between two navigable rivers: The Aven and the Belon. Through its beautiful coastal trails, you will pass from one river to the other, to meet them with a Panoramic On their estuaries.

To see, two ports, the Port of Belon – Right bank and left bank – where the reputation of his heroine, theFlat Oyster is no longer to be done. As well as the charming Port of Rosbras On the left bank of Aven and faces the port of Kerdruc.

LOCUNOLE, the rocks of the devil

On the beautiful road to the hillside, the waterway is crawling under a chaos of rocks in the middle of the woods. This is a natural site ExceptionalFuriously Romantic and Disturbing ! It is said that only the Devil Could give the rocks such strange shapes.

Finistère side

Pont-Aven

Dubbed "the city of Painters" because many painters have stayed there, you will imagine artists inspired by the landscapes and the brightness of the small port of Pont-Aven.

Locronan

Classified to Historic Monuments, Locronan is one of the most prestigious medieval sites in Brittany, due to its architectural quality.

Concarneau and its city close

This city offers from the top of its fortifications, magnificent points of view on the fishing port, the marina and the Bay of Concarneau. Its narrow shopping alleys make the visitors happy. In the north-west of Concarneau, Discover Quimper.

Cap Sizun: Pointe du Raz-Baie des Trepasas-Pointe du Van

This coast from the point of the van to the Pointe du Raz passing through the Baie des Trepasas offers a succession of rocks converted to sites fortified in the iron age. Discover the Cape Sizun.

The Glénan Islands

Seven islets around an inland sea with transparent waters, white sand beaches... Off CONCARNEAU, the Glénan archipelago resembles the paradisiacal landscapes of tropical countries.

Side Morbihan

The Citadel of Port Louis

A stone Sentry, The Citadel watches over the city and the waters of the pearly shades of the Lorient harbour. Behind the ramparts, discover the picturesque charm of a fishing port. Port Louis is one of the treasures of the region.

The port of Saint-Goustan

Between Valves and Lorient, a nice little harbor attracts the eye. Nestled in the background of an RIA, Saint-Goustan crosses centuries, preserving its cobbled lanes, stone bridge, wood-framed houses and lively quays.

Carnac and its menhirs alignment

Hard to do better! They are 3 000 to stand in the moor of Carnac, tracing lines about 1 km long. It is one of the most extraordinary concentrations of raised stones in the world.

The Quiberon Peninsula

A spectacular wild coast to the west, beautiful beaches of fine sand to the east, the peninsula of Quiberon offers for 14 km a variety of landscapes that seduces immediately.

The island of Groix

Three quarters of an hour crossing and you are Groisillon! In a village with low houses or in a Cove with clear waters, you will check the proverb: "who sees Groix sees his joy". So go to the discovery of the island of Groix !

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