Audierne and its surroundings
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!
Getting moving in Audierne
Water sports, catamarans, kayaking, mountain biking, and hiking.
Food & drink
Kouign-amann, Far Breton (clafoutis), Kig-ha-Farz (stew), Breton cake and galette, shellfish and seafood, salted butter, Breton cider
Règlement intérieur de la résidence