Things to see and do - Concarneau
Concarneau Travel guide
Concarneau : Michelin's recommendations
God's own fishing port, Concarneau has more to offer than its fish market and beaches. Tucked away out of sight is a superb little “walled town”, which is sadly gradually losing its capacity to transport the visitor back in time to the 17C.
Tourist attractions Concarneau : Things to see and do
The narrow streets of the Ville Close occupy an irregularly shaped small island, 350m long and 100m wide, linked to the mainland by two small bridges which divide a fortified structure encircled by sturdy ramparts built in the 14C and completed in th..
You can travel to this exceptional archipelago of the Glénan Islands by boat from April to September. The Island of St-Nicolas has some houses, and the International Diving Centre is a breeding ground. Near the windmill, the island's main electric po..
3 rue Vauban
Situated in the former naval dockyard, this museum clearly shows the evolution of fishing which goes from the ancient methods up to the most modern techniques. Some ten boats are reminiscent of the different traditional and modern fishing methods (wh..
2, Rue Plage Des Sables Blancs F - 29900 Concarneau
Located in an exceptional setting, with a view of the Concarneau bay, the Hôtel de l'Océan welcomes you to one of its modern and comfortable rooms. Embark on a culinary trip at the hotel's restaurant serving fine cuisine. Enjoy your meal in the cosy..
9 Avenue De La Gare F - 29900 Concarneau
Hôtel de France et d'Europe is a small, family hotel offering free Wi-Fi and a warm welcome in the heart of Concarneau, a seaside town full of history, art and culture. It offers a fitness room and a library. The guest rooms are equipped with a flat..
3 rue du Lin F - 29900 Concarneau
Prix Prices from : 62 €
A stone's throw from the marina and the famous historic walled town, Les Océanides offers a warm welcome and a friendly service in the heart of Concarneau. In a family house dating from 1932, Hotel Les Océanides features comfortable rooms with a sim..
Plage des Sables-Blancs F - 29900 Concarneau
This restaurant looks like a ship about to embark on an ocean voyage. The interior exudes a maritime elegance reminiscent of a 1930s cruise ship. The seafood too is beautifully presented (lobster, abalone, etc).
1 quai du Moros F - 29900 Concarneau
A new decor and a new lease of life for this local institution, which is located right on the fishing port. The interior is now contemporary, with natural materials dominating, such as untreated floorboards and brushed wood walls. As ever the cuisine..
4 rue Duquesne F - 29900 Concarneau
This restaurant nestles in a quiet side street, slightly away from the nearby marina and walled city. At the helm, a young chef who has no shortage of refreshing inventiveness as his surprising recipes demonstrate: pollack with a frothy emulsion of o..
1 avenue Pierre-Gueguin F - 29900 Concarneau
A very inviting restaurant with dark wood panelling and an elegant nod to the seaside location. Well situated across from the walled city, it offers all the classics of seafood cuisine. Pride of place on the menu goes to a reasonably priced lobster s..
1 rue Duguay-Trouin F - 29900 Concarneau
This friendly restaurant is in a side street slightly set back from the marina. It proposes several different set menus showcasing what the local markets and fishermen have to offer. If its lobster or shellfish you are after, you will need to reserve..
Plage des Sables Blancs F - 29900 Concarneau