As soon as you arrive in Brittany, a whole part of Celtic culture comes into view: stone houses with blue shutters and thatched roofs, gusts of wind revealing a subtle marine perfume, granite mingling with greenery, beaches where seagulls are on the lookout for food to steal, rocky coasts with the ocean as far as the eye can see...
Brittany is also home to culinary specialities such as crêpes and buckwheat pancakes, chouchen and cider, kouign-amann and seafood.
Brittany is also about music and celebration.
Brittany is finally a language and a history, its history.
Located in the commune of Saint-Voubay, just over 10 kilometres from our hotel in Brittany, the Château de Kerjean is a magnificent listed monument.
With Renaissance architecture, it was built in the second half of the 14th century.e century. Set in a large park and surrounded by imposing ramparts, the castle is a must-see during your stay in Plouescat.
Trace the history of this monument!
The Côte des Légendes honey factory in Plouescat is much more than just a specialised shop, it is a whole know-how with nature, patience and passion.
The producer offers his honey in various forms and for various purposes: for eating, drinking, beauty care or well-being.
Discover and enjoy the many virtues that this sweet gold provides.
No, it is not a building from antiquity nor the tower of pisa of Brittany but one of the largest monoliths in France. This large stone stands about 7 metres high and is located in Plouescat. Interestingly, it can be used as a landmark for sailors travelling along the coast.
Listed as a Historic Monument since 1909, the menhir of Cam-Louis is intriguing. You can see it during a walk on the GR34 in the north of Finistère.