Tourism in the Finistère
Pointe du Raz, Pointe du Van, Ile de sein in the bay of Audierne, the Crozon peninsula…breathtaking landscapes not to be missed during your stay at the Hotel de la Plage !
Pointe du Raz
During your stay at the hotel discover Pointe du Raz, Brittanys most popular natural site boasting the "Grand Site de France" label and a definite must-see. France's equivalent of Land's End is a stunning natural site.
Located 30km from the hotel Locronan is a charming "small town of character" and one of the "most beautiful villages in France". This Breton village is a mecca for art of history enthusiasts.
Visit Quimper, a "town of art and history" and the cultural capital of Breton Cornouaille. This charming mythical town is steeped in history and architecture and boasts plenty of lively shopping streets.
The Crozon peninsula, a huge stone cross stretching from Pointe des Espagnols to Cap de la Chèvre, is a definite must-visit during your stay at the hotel. Uninterrupted moors, beaches and steep cliffs...to the delight of visitirs.
Concarneau and its walled town
With over 1.5 million visitors a year, the walled town of Concarneau is one of the most visited historic monuments in Brittany. This forfitied town, boasting the "town of art and history" label, offers, from the top of the fortifications, a stunning view over the marina, fishing harbour and bay of Concarneau.
Known as the "city of artists and mills", this small village is nestled along the Aven estuary and boasts fabulous landscapes and mills, the promenade Xavier Graal and a Fine Arts museum (re-opened in March 2016) which retraces the history of the school of art in Pont Aven in the 19th century.