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Plounéour-Brignogan-Plages, near to Lesneven, a perfect camp to stroll along the mysterious Côte des Légendes
The kilometres of cycle tracks, the magical locations classified Natura 2000, the fine sandy beaches, the hiking trails, the nautical activity spots of all kinds close to the northern Finistère campsite.
The Côte des Légendes
Have a ringside seat to discover the splendour and diversity of the Breton coast
At each stage of the most famous Brittany coastal path, the GR34, a different countryside becomes apparent; the ballet of the waves, the variations in sunshine upon the granite and the white sandy beaches escort walkers.
Embark upon an adventure of this exceptional countryside and become the customs officers of the past who ensured coastal surveillance using the GR34 coastal path.
Places to visit:
Roscoff – the city of privateers
Saint-Pol-de-Léon – the charm of a city of art and history
Plouescat – its sandy beaches
Cléder – its castles and country houses
The village of Meneham in Kerlouan – a village of peasant fishermen
A mysterious land which gives you all of its secrets.
Here where nautical sports are perfected owing to the rocky countryside, the wild coast and the beaches…A unique quality of life simply awaits you!
45 minutes from your slow village,
discover the giant best known aquarium in France
Océanopolis, the park for discovering the oceans
With its 77 aquariums and its 10,000 animals, Océanopolis is a place for discovery and exchange of knowledge upon the marine environment. A sole objective: to discover and understand the various marine ecosystems of the planet in the aim of better protecting them.
different species from across the entire world
A window on the ocean which makes you dream, but which above all raises awareness of the richness of our marine worlds.
Whether as a family or with friends, there is something for everyone on this tour of the world of the ocean through the temperate, polar and tropical environments.
Brittany, a land of culinary treasures
Cast off in this authentic region running alongside 2,700 km of maritime coasts. So many ocean and earth resources for dishes rich in flavours!
Traditional dishes and seafood specialities to sample in the restaurants of Finistère.
Kouign-amann Breton cake, crêpes au sucre (sugared crêpes), caramels au beurre salé (salted butter caramels), a bowl of cider… Traditional and simple dishes to share either as a family or indeed with friends. However, Brittany not only epitomizes these culinary specialities…There is also fish, seafood, seaweed and other treasures brought in by the tides.
PGI: Protected Geographical Indications in Brittany
Volailles fermières de Bretagne (Brittany farm poultry raised outdoors)
Farine de blé noir de Bretagne (Brittany buckwheat flour)
Pâté de campagne breton (Breton farmhouse pâté)
AOC: Appellations d’Origine Contrôlées – designations (with a guarantee of origin) in Brittany
Coco de Paimpol (half-dry haricot beans)
Moule de Bouchots de la Baie du Mont Saint Michel (farmed mussels from the Bay of Mont Saint Michel)
Oignons de Roscoff (Roscoff Onions)
Pommeau de Bretagne (a mix of apple juice and apple brandy)
Agneau de pré-salé (lambs raised on the Brittany salt meadows)
Inland from the coast, a rich and fertile soil
Famous for its numerous biscuit factories and its cider products, Brittany however conceals numerous labelled and protected treasures, few consumers knowing of their existence.