The place to visit while in Brittany
Get Active on Holiday
Cornouaille golf course: Discover the Cornouaille golf course, just a few minutes from Port-la-Forêt. The 18-hole golf course is the oldest course on the southern coast of Brittany. In order to organise your day at the golf course, visit the website: Golf de Cornouaille or call them on this number: +33(0)2.98.56.09. Just 15 minutes' drive from the Hotel de La Pointe du Cap Coz, it is the ideal place to spend a day in the open air with friends or family.
Fouesnant Cornouaille marine centre: Discover the coast in a fun and original way on a stand-up paddle, kayak, or catamaran and take in the views of the horizon and charming creeks. The Fouesnant Cornouaille marine centre rents out paddles and kayaks by the hour and provides group or individual lessons in Cap Coz.
Les Balnéides: Les Balnéides is a vast aquatic centre ideal for families. A warm and friendly environment with water heated to 29°C. Children will enjoy the water slides, waterfalls, and water cannons. Adults can enjoy the bubbling spas, massage water jets and general well-being. Sounds like heaven! Les Balnéides in Fouesnant, Finistère, is just a 35-minute walk from the hotel restaurant de la Pointe Cap Coz, or a quick 5-minute drive.
The Breton Museum
In heart of the city centre of Quimper, the Breton museum promotes the region's arts in all its forms, from painting, sculpture, costumes, pottery, and furniture. You will find it in the former bishop's palace of Cornouaille, alongside the Quimper cathedral. The museum’s permanent collection includes a wonderful range of archaeological artefacts, and the many decorative arts of the people of Finistère.
The Pont-Aven museum is a must see while in Brittany. The museum’s permanent collection demonstrates the artistic life of Pont-Aven from the 1860s onwards, and the establishment of the first colony of American artists, through to Breton painting from the mid-20th century. It also features several temporary exhibitions on various ideas, inspiration and styles of contemporary art.
Haliotika fishing centre
Discover the fascinating world of sea fishing in France’s leading artisanal fishing port, Guilvinec: 90-minute interactive tour, guided tour of the fish market, family activities, culinary workshops and children's activities... You’ll find out everything there is to know about sea fishing.
A Gourmet Getaway
During your stay in Hotel de la Pointe, discover Finistère's many natural and cultural riches, including fine dining. Enjoy the region’s famous sweet and savoury crêpes washed down with a glass of cider or apple juice made of local apples, or a seafood platter or fish dish.
Below you will find examples that will make your mouth water.
Cider: Cider is made of apples. In Fouesnant, there is a yearly cider festival! The apple tree festival (Fête des Pommiers) falls on the 3rd weekend of July, while the apple festival (fête de la pomme) is in the school holidays in early November. There are many vendors selling cider in Fouesnant. Discover for instance the Cidrerie de Menez Brug, the Cidrerie Manoir du Kinkiz, or the Cidrerie de M. François Sehedic.
Crêpes: Brittany is famous around the world for its crêpes which will provide you with delicious memories of your stay. There are many sweet and savoury (buckwheat) varieties to discover in Breton crêpe restaurants. Each of them uses delicious local produce making it hard to choose a favourite! Our hotel and restaurant also serves crêpes which you can enjoy with a glass of cider or apple juice.