Around Aber Wrac'h
Aber Wrac'h is a magnificent feature of this part of the Finistère coastline. It is undoubtedly one of the places to visit in Brittany to immerse yourself in the very heart of Breton nature. Dunes, beaches, islets and cliffs follow one another, making this unique coastal landscape a marvel to behold. The 15 kilometres of coastline are lined with pleasant, bucolic coastal paths. Located at in the heart of the Pays des AbersAber Wrac'h is a Brest Terres Océanes destination, just thirty kilometres north of Brest.
Île Vierge lighthouse
Located on an islet off the coast of Aber Wrac'h, the Île Vierge lighthouse is the highest in Europe. Île Vierge is part of the archipelago off Aber Wrac'h and lies 1.4 km from the coast. Completed in 1845, it is also the highest ashlar lighthouse in the world. Its exceptional height enables it to scan the whole of northern Finistère within a radius of 52 km. Today, it is used solely as a coastal marker to aid navigation.
Abbeys and chapels
Aber Wrac'h is home to a number of abbeys and chapels. These include the Abbaye des Anges in Landéda, just beside the sea. Only a road separates the beach from the abbey. Dating from the 16th century, it bears witness to the art and culture of Brittany at the time. Initially on the verge of abandonment, it has now been given a new lease of life by its new owners.
The Chapelle Notre-Dame du Traon is located in the commune of Plouguerneau. Renovated in the 18th century, two centuries after its construction. One of the places to visit in Brittany for all history lovers to discover its thick Breton stonework and stained glass windows.
The area around our hotel also has plenty to offer for thrill-seekers, fitness enthusiasts and nature lovers.