Poul Fétan

Poul FetanKerfec is 200m from the historical village of Poul Fétan. It depicts the life of the Bretons nearly 200 years ago. It is a charming village of thatched houses as well and you can explore the different houses, where there are local artisans. There’s also a café and bookstore where you can browse and taste some local specialities.

The Beaches

Port LouisThere is an array of white, sandy beaches, which are all within easy driving distance.

Port Louis is only 30 mins away and is great for the children.

The most popular ones are Carnac, La Trinite Sur Mer, Larmor Plage, and St Pierre-Quiberon.Carnac

The quieter beaches, where there is more space and where you can be closer to nature range between Gavres to Penthièvre.

Apart from the crowded and busy beaches, we are lucky as the beaches in Brittany are never dirty or soiled, even in the height of the summer.Carnac

Surfing Beaches

SurfingIf you’re a keen surfer, make your way down to Quiberon, for the Côte Sauvage. Not only are the views 
breathtaking, but the surf is fabulous!

Windsurfing and Kite surfing

The Penthievre area and the beaches east of Port Louis are very popular.

Water Sports

Water SportsThere are numerous water sports to be done here in Brittany. These include boating, canoeing, kayaking, sand boating, diving.
Most can be done on the Blavet River, in the Quiberon area or Carnac beach.

Canoes and kayaks can be rented from Pontivy, Plumeliau, Pont Augan or Lochrist. If you’re experienced, you can explore the Blavett, however if you’re not, you can hire them out with an instructor.


Walking and RunningBrittany is packed with numerous amazing paths you can enjoy, either walking or running.
If you’re a jogger or a runner, the area is superb. You’ll be able to soak in the quiet country side, and enjoy running on the roads, without ever crossing a car.

Blavet RiverAlong the Blavet River is also perfect for running – there’s nothing more relaxing than running along the river early in the morning or late in the evening.


BroceliandeBrittany is famous for its cycling routes Even the Tour de France braved our hills!

If hills aren’t your thing, you can enjoy a leisurely ride along the river and even the roads.

They are well maintained and drivers are normally very courteous with cyclists.


If fishing is your way of relaxing, we can offer you a private spot direct onto the Blavet River. Not only does the Blavet offer some of the best coarse fishing in France, but also very few boats use it.

FishingThere are over 28 fishing rivers and streams, practically unused and all available to anyone with a permit. They are quite cheap and can be bought locally. Just let us know and we can buy one for you for the day. €12 for the day, €30 valid for 15 days or €68 valid for one year.

If you’re lucky, some of the catches in the Blavet include, pike, dace, bream, perch, roach, carp and sander. L'Evel River, nearby, there is trout and salmon and in the Tarn, Sarre or Brandfort - trout.

Bait is available locally and fishing from a sea-side beach does not require a permit.

Horse riding

Horse ridingThere are many bridle paths in the region – signposted with orange markers.

The stables near Bieuzy-les-Eaux are the best for children, as they can help with the tacking and the grooming of the horses after their ride.

Local Towns and Villages

Brittany has so many beautiful towns and villages to visit.

Some of our favourites are Auray, Vannes, Rochefort-en-Terre, Josselin, Malestroit, La Gacilly, Hennebont, Quimper and Pontivy - all within easy driving distance.

Auray is a lovely old town with numerous small shops and restaurants, and an excellent market on Monday mornings for food lovers. The old port of St Goustan, which is down by the river, has some very good restaurants on the water's edge.Rochefort Street

Josselin is a picturesque medieval town set on the river Oust, with the beautiful château overlooking the river. It has a pretty town square and many restaurants and cafes overlooking the Basilica de Notre Dame du Roncier.

Vannes is a big town, situated on the edge of the Golf du Morbihan. The old quarter and its cobbled alleyways hold small shops and great restaurants.

Pontivy – also called Napoleonville, is another medieval town. The main street is long and it has shops, there’s also the old quarter, which has an array of nice restaurants. What is special about this town is that the Nantes-Brest Canal runs through it.


MarketsHere are the local markets in Brittany. Each is worth visiting; you’ll find the best local produce and experience the true French tradition of our markets! Also, don’t forget the antique markets, flea markets and the Vide Greniers. Maybe you’ll be able to find something original to bring back home!

•    Auray – Monday
•    Pontivy – Monday
•    Etel – Tuesday
•    Vannes - Wednesday & Saturday
•    Quimper - Wednesday, Friday afternoon, Saturday, Sunday morning
•    Carnac – Wednesday
•    Hennebont – Thursday mornings
•    Malestroit – Thursday
•    Locmine – Thursday
•    La Trinite sur Mer – Friday
•    Baud – Saturday
•    Josselin – Saturday
•    Port-Louis - Saturday. Tuesday evenings in July and August
•    Rennes Market - every day except Sunday and public holidays in the central food halls.