Locmaria-Plouzané & its surroundings
Brest: located in the Finistère region, Brest is France’s second largest military port, but it’s also a town steeped in history, culture and tradition: and it has the Town of Art and History label to prove it.
Parc Naturel Régional: the second space in France to be awarded the ‘Parc Naturel Régional’ label. Expect wild, untamed beauty and incredible biodiversity!
The Iroise Sea islands: Ouessant, Molène and Sein are the three populated islands in the Iroise Sea.
Plougonvelin: a family-friendly seaside resort known for its cliffs and the Pointe Saint-Mathieu headland.
Conquet: the coastal town of Conquet encompasses 140 small islands in the Molène archipelago. Wander down the town’s narrow winding streets, taking in eye-catching buildings such as the fortified portside Maison des Seigneurs and the Dom Michel chapel.
The Crozon peninsula: sandwiched between the Bay of Douarnenez and Brest’s harbour, the Crozon peninsula is a protected site renowned for its craggy coastline and steep cliff drops.
Getting moving in Locmaria-Plouzané
Water sports, swimming, fishing, mountain biking, tennis, horse-riding, plane rides, hiking, roller blading, and a golf course.
Food & drink
Breton cakes, seafood and shellfish, salted butter, Breton crêpes, kouign-amann, cider and apple juice.
Règlement intérieur de la résidence