Things to see and do - Fouesnant
Fouesnant Travel guide
Fouesnant : Michelin's recommendations
Famous for cider and headdresses, Finistère’s largest resort lies at the heart of one of the most verdant regions in Brittany. It owes its renown to its coastline and primarily its sailing centre. From Cap-Coz to Mousterlin point, vast south-facing beaches of white sand alternate with little inlets. An hour's boat trip away lies the archipelago of the Glénan islands, whose exquisite scenery makes for a perfect break from the bustle on the mainland.
108, route de la Pointe de Mousterlin. F - 29170 MOUSTERLIN
The hotel is located between 2 immense fine sand beaches, at the end of the Pointe of Mousterlin. We accommodate you in families, groups or seminars. At your disposal : jacuzzi, sauna, external heated swimming-pool, tennis courts, games room for chil..
4, Rue de Kergoadic F - 29170 Fouesnant
Prix Prices from : 44 €
Citotel L'Orée du Bois is located in Fouesnant, just 3 minutes from the beach. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and some have a view of Cap-Coz and Concarneau Bay. Guests are invited to relax on shaded and flowered terrace or inside in the quiet loun..
Plage Du Cap Coz F - 29170 Fouesnant
Prix Prices from : 59 €
Hotel Monalisa Cap Coz has an exceptional location by the sea, in the city of Fouesnant. All rooms offer free WiFi access. Each room at Hotel Monalisa Cap Coz features satellite TV, while some include a terrace with sea views. The en suite bathroom ..
153 avenue de la Pointe F - 29170 Fouesnant
This small white house seems to sit right on the ocean. In this isolated location the chef creates delicious cuisine. There is particular emphasis on fish and seafood dishes, as well as specialities from inland Brittany.
30 Descente Belle Vue F - 29170 Fouesnant
A pleasant spot just opposite the beach. It is all the nicer for its fresh langoustines served with the house mayonnaise, as well as fresh fish and lovely desserts. Without a doubt, the chef really knows what he's doing!
108 rte de la Pointe F - 29170 Mousterlin
The chef may be English, but his cooking reflects all the local seafood traditions. And that's not all! Yes, there is seafood and fresh fish but also braised rabbit or andouille with caramelised apples.
16 rue des Glénan F - 29170 Fouesnant
This family-run bistro was founded by the chef's great-grandmother in 1903. The traditional cuisine continues to focus on dishes such as fish and game (in season), as well as specialities such as boned pig's trotter stuffed with foie gras. Tapas avai..