LA POINTE DU RAZ IN PLOGOFF
At the tip of the penninsula of Finister
, la Pointe du Raz is renowned internationally for its dramatic landscape and steep, craggy cliffs facing the Atlantic Ocean.
LA POINTE DE LA TORCHE in PLOMEUR
A paradise for sufrers, windsurfers, and kitesurfers, la pointe de la Torche
is a rocky peninsula protruding into the ocean from the beach of the Bay of Audierne.
PONT L’ABBE, capital of the Bigouden Region
This Pont l’Abbé
charming harbor town is a perfect spot for discovering local culture, thanks to its château, a museum, and many boutiques, markets, and restaurants.
THE FISHING PORT OF GUILVINEC
Every day at around 4 :30 in the afternoon, you’ll see an impresive parade of fishing boats arriving at the Port of Guilvinec
, their cages filled with their finds of the day. To discover the world of sea fishing, spend some time at the Centre Haliotika
THE MEDIEVAL VILLAGE OF LOCRONAN
The important architectural heritage of the town of Locronan
earned it a spot on the French government’s list of the most beautiful villages in France. Many film makers have chosen to feature it thanks to its authentic Breton character (Planski in “Tess”, de Broca for “Chouan” and Jeunet for “Un long dimanche de fiancailles”).
is a city full of art and history and offers many cultural activities, such as its cathedrale, its Fine Art Museum, and the museum of Henriot Pottery. Its summer festival
is a must-see.
THE TOWN OF CLOSE DE CONCARNEAU
A quaint port-town with ramparts
, a must-see for those seeking traditional Breton culture.
THE CITY OF PAINTERS OF PONT-AVEN
Attracted by the beauty of the site and its particular light, many painters including Gauguin have stayed there. The new museum
traces the artistic life since the 1860s and the establishment of a first colony of American artists, until the Breton painting of the mid-twentieth century.