Located in the heart of Brittany's Audierne Bay region, our hotel near Pont-l'Abbé is the ideal starting point for trips around the Bigouden coast. This wild coast, sculpted by the wind and tides, shelters two tiny ports (Bestrée port in Plogoff and Loch port in Primelin), as well as two harbours in Penhors and Pors-Poulhan and its prehistoric site. With its natural landscapes where rocky cliffs alternate with pebbly stretches, the hundreds of birds which live there and its coastal ponds, you will never tire of exploring Audierne Bay.
Near the marina, Penhors beach, with its long stretches of white sand and waves, is an invitation to relax in the sun or surf the waves. From our hotel in Pouldreuzic, you only have to walk a few metres to reach Penhors beach, a stone's throw from the premises.
Pointe du Raz
By following the "Route du vent solaire" walking route, which starts at the hotel in Pont-l'Abbé in Brittany, you can reach both the Pointe du Raz and the Pointe de Penmarch, located respectively to the north and south of Audierne Bay. Pointe du Raz (a granite cape in the form of a prow) certified a "Grand Site of France", attracts tourists from all over the world. There, you will discover an exceptional panoramic view of the surroundings: Trépassés Bay, Douarnenez Bay, Ile de Sein... Opposite Audierne Bay, the Pointe de Penmarch, on the peninsula of the same name, is surrounded by little rocky islands and reefs. With the Etocs, large rocks that project above the water, the tallest of which is 10 m, the Pointe de Penmarch is one of the region's most characteristic landscapes.