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Where to go in Southern Brittany?

Discover Finistère and Morbihan and let yourself be charmed

From Doëlan to Le Pouldu via Clohars Carnoët, on foot, in a pushchair, on horseback, on a mountain bike, in a canoe or a kayak, discover our region. Close to the Laïtathe natural boundary between the South Finistère and MorbihanYou will be able to visit many towns steeped in culture and history.

CLOHARS-CARNOËT, between land and sea

Destination natureThe Pouldu is a natural destination, mixing past and present in a remarkably well-preserved site. Le Pouldu is the seaside resort of Clohars Carnoët opposite Guidel on the Morbihan side. Its chapels, the Marie Henry house museum in the footsteps of Gauguin in Le Pouldu, its abbey site Saint MauriceIts chapels, the Marie Henry house museum in Le Pouldu, its abbey site, its national forest are some of the must-see outings of the commune.

The small fishing port of Doëlan, the setting for recent films and series such as Doc Martin, will delight your eyes and your palate.

In Doëlan and Clohars-Carnoët, fishermen and shopkeepers will be able to satisfy all your desires for seafood, pancakes and Breton specialities. Breton animations, sea songs, storytellers, fest-noz, grills, fireworks, grilled pigs, all in a friendly atmosphere will accompany your holidays.

MOËLAN-SUR-MER, land of sailors and fishermen

Facing the sea, Moëlan-sur-Mer seduces with its coastal paths along the jagged coast, its three picturesque ports Its three ports of call are the Bélon, Brigneau and Merrien.

The beaches of Kerfany opposite Port-Manech, of Trenez and its pierced island accessible at low tide, make the joy of bathers.

QUIMPERLÉ, with its rich civil and religious heritage

Quimperlé is a historic town in the region. The upper town is characterised by the interest and diversity of its religious buildings. The lower town is that of the three rivers.

The Ellé and the Isole enclose a small island, the cradle of the town since the Benedictines founded the Abbey of Sainte Croix there in the 11th century. Here you will find the witnesses of the religious and civil history, the rich hotels of the aristocratic quarter and the timber-framed houses.

The third, the Laïtathe union of the first two, with its quays and beautiful residences, attests to the fact that the port activity there was flourishing.

RIEC-SUR-BELON, land of hedged farmland, rivers and sea

It is only happiness for the lovers of nature and tradition. The situation of Riec-Sur-Belon, is exceptional between two navigable rivers: the Aven and the Bélon. By its superb coastal paths, you will pass from one river to the other, to their meeting with a panoramic view on their estuaries.

To see, two ports, the Bélon harbour - right bank and left bank - where the reputation of its heroine, theflat oyster is no longer to be made. As well as the charming port of Rosbras on the left bank of the Aven and which faces the port of Kerdruc.

LOCUNOLE, the devil's rocks

On the beautiful hillside road, the stream winds its way 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 have given the rocks such strange shapes.

What to see in Finistère?

port of pont-aven


Nicknamed "the city of painters" because many painters have stayed here, you will imagine the artists inspired by the landscapes and the luminosity of the small port of Pont-Aven.


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

Concarneau and its walled city

From the top of its fortifications, this town offers magnificent views of the fishing port, the marina and the bay of Concarneau. Its narrow shopping streets are a delight for visitors. To the northwest of Concarneau, discover Quimper.

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

This coastline from the Pointe du Van to the Pointe du Raz via the Baie des Trépassés offers a succession of rocks converted into fortified sites in the Iron Age. Discover the Cap Sizun.

aerial view of the Glenan

The Glénan Islands

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

What to see in Morbihan?

The citadel of Port-Louis

A stone sentinel, the citadel watches over the town and the mother-of-pearl waters of Lorient harbour. Behind the ramparts, discover the picturesque charm of a fishing port. Port-Louis is one of the treasures of the region.

port of doelan and its red lighthouse

The port of Saint-Goustan

Between Vannes and Lorient, a pretty little port catches the eye. Nestling at the end of a ria, Saint-Goustan has survived the centuries with its cobbled streets, stone bridge, timber-framed houses and lively quays.

Carnac and its alignments of menhirs

It's hard to beat that! There are 3,000 of them standing on the Carnac moor, tracing lines about 1 km long. It is one of the most extraordinary concentrations of standing stones in the world.

kayaking in the glénan

The Quiberon peninsula

A spectacular wild coastline to the west, beautiful fine sandy beaches to the east, the Quiberon peninsula offers a variety of landscapes over 14 km which immediately seduces.

The island of Groix

Three quarters of an hour's crossing and you are in Groisillon! In a village with low houses or in a cove with clear waters, you will verify the proverb: "He who sees Groix sees his joy". So set off to discover the island of Groix!

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