Finistere, charming holidays in Bed & Breakfast

Some would say that  the Finistère is the most breton of departments of Brittany . That assessment is certainly well deserved and that is a man born in Vosges that tells  you that !

With 1250 km of coastline, Finistere is the first maritime department of France. Its position in the far west with its emblematic Pointe du Raz means although it touches on the "Lands End." Although one of the most visited in France by its departments rich heritage and majestic scenery, Finistère remained a wilderness, authentic but can be discovered in all seasons.

The coast, the often magical aspect, sometimes beaten by the waves during spring tides fall and winter during which time can be tough and even stormy. The ocean becomes a magnificent spectacle accessible to all at condition of being well equipped and prudent.

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The coast of Finistère offers a range of very different landscapes of the mouth of the river south to the beautiful cove of Locquirec north coast is a succession of sandy beaches with varying colors , vertiginous cliffs, fragile as the path (GR34) you will discover in all their splendor dunes. And what of the many islands along the Finistère: Sein, Ouessant, Glénans ...! Resistant to attacks from the ocean, they let themselves be addressed by all those who time a small crossing, trying to cope with the immensity of the ocean.

 

But the Finistère is also inland. Built heritage lovers will not be disappointed. The campaign has many mansions and small castles Kerjean Kerazan, Trévarez ... In addition, the rich religious heritage is a strong imprint of the Breton culture cathedrals of Quimper, parish enclosures: Pleyben, Ste Marie du Menez Hom ... many chapels as Our Lady of Rocamadour, Pointe du Van ... ordeal plougastel, Tronoën. not to mention the small towns of character as Locronan, Pont-Croix ...

 

And for music lovers a must visit in the summer period eventful as the Festival of Cornwall in Quimper, Concarneau Filets Bleus, the festival of embroiderers in Pont l'Abbé, but also the Old Plough in Carhaix, the festival end of the World in Crozon ... without forgetting the fest-noz classified since 2012 as World Heritage by UNESCO.

 

I invite you to start exploring the South Finistere very easy access to the departure of cottages of charm Trezervan: