In the heart of a wooded park of 6 hectares
*in July and August
**on presentation of voucher for stays until November 5
Tucked away between the Pointe du Raz headland and Quimper, the Résidence Le Domaine de la Baie welcomes you into the Finistère region for a stay unlike any other in the seaside resort of Audierne. This little Breton harbour has managed to hold onto all its authentic charm, studded with wooded hills, sandy beaches stretching as far as the eye can see, and gorgeous white facades. A picture postcard-perfect place to enjoy your holidays.
The Résidence Le Domaine de la Baie is a genuine oasis of peace and quiet. Rooted in wooded grounds that stretch over six hectares, the site is home to a leisure centre with heated indoor and outdoor pools, a hammam, a spa, a massage booth and a gym.
Make a point of lazing and lounging, or work up a sweat with beach volley and water sports on the Bay of Audierne’s loveliest beaches.
Snap up incredible deals and special offers throughout the year when you book early or last minute! In need of something even more restful? Check out our special offers on two- to three-week stays, too.
Living room with a sofa bed to sleep two, kitchen corner with dishwasher, ceramic hobs, fridge, microwave/grill, toaster, cafetière and electric kettle. One bedroom with a double bed, and a cabin with bunk beds. One bathroom and separate toilets. Terrace with garden furniture.
The high bed is not suitable for children under 6 years (decree n° 95 949 of 25/08/1995).
Quimper: known as the ‘capital of Breton culture’, Quimper has listed Town of Art and History status. No trip to Quimper would be complete without a walk around the Locmaria quarter where the very first ceramics factory was set up, a feat that made the town famous. The regal Saint-Corentin cathedral backs on to the old Palace of the Bishops and its lush green garden and timbered houses.
The Pointe du Raz headland: a listed ‘major French site of interest’, the Pointe de Raz headland is made up of steep craggy rocks and is the perfect place to gaze out at sea, taking in the Ile de Sein island with its brightly-coloured houses and narrow little streets.
The Réserve du Cap Sizun: explore the reserve by bike or on foot, and reconnect with nature while soaking up the shifting landscapes of the Iroise Sea.
The Bay of Trépassés: pure magic for swimmers and surfers, with gorgeous views thrown in for good measure!
Kouign-amann, Far Breton (clafoutis), Kig-ha-Farz (stew), Breton cake and galette, shellfish and seafood, salted butter, Breton cider
* Auquel s'ajoute les frais de dossier de 25€
86 rue Lamartine
From Quimper: D765 Route de Douarnenez heading for the Pointe du Raz.
From Rennes: follow signs for Brest, Quimper, Douarnenez.
Brest Bretagne/Quimper airports.
Quimper TGV train station approx. 34 km away and Brest train station approx. 90 km away.
Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 9:00am to noon and 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Tuesday: 9:00am to noon
For arrivals outside of reception opening hours: please contact reception beforehand.
The residence has its own heated indoor and outdoor pools and a leisure centre complete with paddling pool and slide, as well as a hammam and a sauna.
The outdoor pools are open from April onwards, depending on the weather conditions.
Tourist tax: 0.82€/adult/day