Things to see and do - Lorient
Unmissable tourist sites
Lorient Travel guide
Lorient : Michelin's recommendations
This port for the Far East subsquently became a naval harbour. Progressively both these activities ceased, and now they are restoring the appearance of a maritime port to Lorient as the town turns to tourism. Already the Interceltic Festival attracts more and more adherents. The town was reconstructed after the Second World War, making it a treasure trove of 1950s and 1960s architecture.
Tourist attractions Lorient : Things to see and do
Base des Sous-marins-Kéroman
Following on from the success of Éric Tabarly, this huge museum is dedicated to sailing and ocean racing, with exhibits that range from the design of the very first sailing boats to the world's major yacht races. Interactive exhibitions are organised..
quai Presqu’île de Keroman
The three large blocks that make up the base were built in 1941-43. The largest, Keroman 3, is open to visitors. 170m long and 20m high, it housed submarines with graving docks. After the war, the French Navy took possession of the base and set up th..
Built in reinforced concrete, looking over the Alsace-Lorraine Square, this is a successful result of modern urban design. It has a remarkable interior whose rotunda is lit by little yellow and black windows. Notice the Way of the Cross, outline draw..
11 Rue Waldeck Rousseau F - 56100 Lorient
Prix Prices from : 57 €
The Citotel Hotel Leopol is located in central Lorient, close to the harbor. It offers en suite guest rooms with satellite TV, Canal + and free Wi-Fi internet access in each. Guests of the Citotel Hotel Leopol can enjoy free newspapers and breakfast..
27, Boulevard Franchet-D'esperey F - 56100 Lorient
Inter-Hotel Cleria is located in Lorient, just a 5-minute walk from the train station and a 20-minute walk from the port. It offers free Wi-Fi access and free parking for cars, bikes and motorbikes. Rooms at the Inter-Hotel Cleria have been individu..
5 Place Jules Ferry F - 56100 Lorient
Prix Prices from : 37 €
Located in the city centre of Lorient, this 1-star hotel is just a 5-minute drive from the train station. Free Wi-Fi access and a TV are provided in the guest rooms. The individually decorated room features a telephone and a carpeted floor. Each ro..
46 r. Jules-Simon F - 56100 Lorient
The owner-chef gives Breton produce pride of place in her inventive recipes, escorted by a fine choice of wines, whiskies and brandies. Attractive, modern interior.
place de l'Hôtel-de-Ville F - 56100 Lorient
Enjoy tasty, fresh and unpretentious cuisine prepared in this restaurant run by two brothers. It has the resolutely lounge-style atmosphere of the Grand Théâtre.
4 rue Léo-Bourgo F - 56100 Lorient
Neither Henri nor Joseph, but the chef himself comes to tell you what is on the menu, which is based on the seasons and what he finds at the market. No à la carte choice, only creative and masterful marriages of flavours and textures that can't fail ..
127 rue du Colonel-Muller F - 56100 Lorient
Seafood takes pride of place on the menu, and the excellent and inspired dishes have a playful side. There is a superb selection of limited vintages, service that is at once professional and charming, and a beautifully modern setting: L'Amphitryon is..
45 rue Jules-le-Grand F - 56100 Lorient
Pay little attention to the unremarkable façade of this restaurant, as the main focus is on the pretty dining room with its exposed beams and open fire. Refined traditional cuisine that follows the seasons is served. Friendly service with a smile.
14 rue Poissonnière F - 56100 Lorient
Not far from the port, Le Yachtman is a delight that keeps you going back for more! Grégoire Le Floch, something of an expert after 20 years as chef at Le Pic in Lorient, concocts recipes that give pride of place to fish and seafood. The interior is ..