During your stay in Audierne Bay, you can enjoy many different activities.
While staying at our hotel located near Guilvinec, between the centre for nautical activities on Penhors beach, the two surfing schools and the land yachting school, you will discover a wide variety of ways to make the most of the ocean. Take advantage of your holiday to learn to surf or improve your skills, or discover the pleasures of dashing across the water on a windsurf, or even across the beach on a land yacht! You can even give motor-boating a go, or rent a dinghy or a catamaran. Fans of fishing will find renowned spots around the Pointe de la Torche, south-west of Audierne Bay.
If you are looking to explore the magnificent bay that unfurls before your eyes, the hotel can provide you with bicycles for the whole family. Follow Audierne Bay towards the south until you reach the famous Penmarch peninsula, or head north towards the Pointe du Raz.
Hikers will find their holy grail in the form of the GR 34, also known as the Customs Officers' Path (created in the 18th century to fight smuggling, it goes all the way around Brittany).
After nearly 200 km straight along the coast, you can use the GR 34 in west Cornouaille to join Douarnenez Bay and Bigouden Bay. Along it you can admire many magnificent views of the coast and enjoy walking for several hours or several days. The GR 34 has everything you need.
West Cornouaille offers many possibilities:
- Grand scenery from Douarnenez to Point du Raz. The GR 34 provides you with vertiginous points of view over the steep coast where there are many coves and little beaches.
- Peaceful and very accessible landscapes in Audierne Bay and the Bigouden region allow you to discover the fishing ports and long sandy beaches...
You can also revel in this incredible scenery with a club in your hand. There are four golf courses within 30 km: Cornouaille golf course, 18 holes to the Fouesnant Forest, Odet golf course in Bénodet, Kerbernez golf course in Plomelin and the Orangerie de Lanniron in Quimper.