Like a vast garden bordered by the sea, Douarnenez invites you to explore and relax. Douarnenez also encompasses small communes such as Tréboul, whose marina, beaches, and shops delight. With its thalassotherapy, remarkable sites such as coastal paths, Port-Museum, chapels, fishing boats, and cargoes of tuna and sardines, this city will charm you.

  • Boat Museum, Port-Rhu: Housed in a former 19th-century canning factory, this museum brings together a collection of French and foreign fishing, transport, and leisure boats.
  • New port: View dominated by the Ménez-Hom.
  • Port du Rosmeur
  • Chapel of Ste-Hélène: Flamboyant style. Reworked in the 17th and 18th centuries.
  • Chapel of St-Michel: From the 17th century.

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We suggest you to indulge in some gourmet stops in Douarnenez at the restaurant Le Bigorneau Amoureux. This picturesque little restaurant, superbly located thanks to its panoramic view of Douarnenez Bay and Tristan Island, will delight you with its specialty: stuffed potatoes. For a small break, don't hesitate to visit the Passerelle 27 tea room, located by the sea near the Rhu harbor in Douarnenez, specializing in regional pastries. And be sure to enter one of the many pastry shops in town, where the Kouign Amann is their specialty.


Path: Separating the Biron pier from the Sables Blancs beach. Views of Douarnenez Bay and Ménez-Hom.


The Pointe du Raz is undoubtedly one of the most picturesque and majestic places in Finistère, thanks to its rocks and far-reaching views. Located after the small village of Plogoff, the Pointe du Raz begins with a small flower-lined path, offering you a walk along the coast, from a high vantage point. Then, you will enjoy an incredible view of the lighthouse, which is isolated from the land and built on a small rock. Tourists say that the walk is enjoyable in both good weather and during storms. Near the Pointe du Raz reception, you will find various creperies, souvenir shops, local products like kouign-amann or Breton palets, and cafes for a break.

  • Panorama
  • Vertiginous chasms: including the Hell of Plogoff. It is recommended to walk around the point.

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To extend the walk, take a detour to the Pointe du Vent. Located next to the Pointe du Raz, it is even more picturesque and wild while offering a beautiful view of the Pointe du Raz itself.


Located near the Pointe du Raz and 32 kilometers from Quimper, Audierne is an active port, adorned with lively quays and winding alleys on the hillside. Fishing has made the town famous, and this activity now shares the spotlight with the omnipresent pleasure boating in the port. The port attracts visitors with its animation, the beautiful sandy beach of Trescadec, and some beautiful Breton heritage monuments that will delight you. Among the remarkable buildings in the town, the large vivariums of Audierne are the most recognized. Installed along the estuary of the Goyen, they are the largest covered vivariums in Europe, highly renowned for supplying the best crustaceans to top restaurants.

The other typical place to visit is the small character museum of La Chaumière, which houses beautiful antique furniture and everyday objects typical of the 17th and 18th centuries in the Audierne region.

  • Large vivariums: where you can see crustaceans (lobsters, crayfish, spiders, crabs).
  • La Chaumière: Beautiful interior from the 17th and 18th centuries with typical furniture and everyday objects from the Audierne region.


Small town of character, Pont-Croix is located on the slope of a hill at the bottom of the Ria du Goyen. With its beautiful small church and a maze of ancient alleys, Pont-Croix combines the charming landscape of a historic city with a recognized cultural and artistic dynamism. While strolling through the streets, you will discover the church of Notre-Dame de Roscudon, which is the major monument of Pont-Croix.

  • Notre-Dame de Roscudon Church.