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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.
37, rue de Cornouaille. F - 29170 FOUESNANT
In Fouesnant, a little city south of finistere departement, the ever pure light of brittany turn somewhat magic. A peaceful heaven in the heart of this charming city, the Auberge du bon cidre, held by the family since 3 generations proposes to you co..
4 rue Kergoadig F - 29170 Fouesnant
Prix Prices from : 43 €
L'Orée du Bois is located in Fouesnant, just 3 minutes from the beach. It offers custimzed bedrooms with free Wi-Fi access and some bedrooms overlook Cap-Coz beach and Concarneau Bay.Guests are invited to relax on shadowed and flowered terrace or ins..
Our hotel, run by three generations of the same family, offers a warm, friendly atmosphere, with top quality, attentive service. Come and taste the specialities of the region, discover the attractions of Cornouaille, and benefit from the excellent p..
16 r. 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..