Gîtes TchouTchou

​​​​​​​Holiday cottages labellized in Brittany


Discovery of the region


Family destination par excellence, this town, hanging on the flanks of Ménez-Hom, looks towards the Bay of Douarnenez. With its three sandy beaches ideal for relaxation, swimming and water sports, free flight, mountain biking and hiking, Plomodiern you discover a land of nature and space with wild charm and bright, but also a land of welcome and conviviality with its many services and shops, its traditional restaurants and gastronomic not forgetting its festival Ménez-Hom rich in colors, combining traditions and modernities by the presentation of music and dances of Brittany and exhibition of paintings and sculptures. Dynamic town, it offers you throughout the year a wide choice of activities and entertainment.

Land where life is good, place of residence or stay ...

Tourist Office of PLOMODIERN

4 place Saint-Yves

29550 Plomodiern



02 98 81 27 37


POINTE DU RAZ in Cap Sizun - Great French Site

Since last year, the Pointe du Raz, with the Baie des Trépassés and the Pointe du Van, were among the first sites to have been labeled Grand Site of France with 200 hectares of protected natural areas. From now on, with the emblematic site of the Pointe du Raz, the main cliffs of Cap Sizun form the Grand Site of France. It is a unique set in Brittany of remarkable landscapes of more than 2000 hectares.

House of the Site

29770 Plogoff


02 98 70 67 18contact@pointeduraz.com

Marine Park of Iroise.  


Iroise, the first French marine natural park. The Marine Natural Park of Iroise was created on September 28, 2007. It is the first French marine natural park.

The history of the creation of the Park has known several times: an awareness of the need to protect the Iroise Sea, the desire to create a national park and finally, the need to define a new protection tool: the park natural marine.

This creative phase lasted more than fifteen years, at the pace of local support and opposition movements.

The Iroise, a sea to protect. The sea of Iroise shelters an exceptional marine natural heritage and numerous professional activities or of leisures. The landscapes of the Iroise Sea are striking, swept by the swell and the winds. The inhabitants of the coast and the islands maintain a strong identity link with "their" sea, which shelters a rich cultural inheritance.

Tristan Island
29100 Douarnenez


02 98 44 17 00

Festival Menez-Hom in Plomodiern.

Place saint-Yves
29550 Plomodiern


LOCRONAN, small city of character.

Labeled Small City of Character of Brittany, Classified among the Most Beautiful Villages of France.

Classified as a Historical Monument since 1924, Locronan is one of the most prestigious sites in Brittany, because of its architectural quality.

Many art craftsmen settled there. Located on a mountain, in an exceptional natural setting 5km from the sea, Locronan is also the starting point for many hiking and mountain biking.

True land of inspiration for artists, painters, writers, sculptors or filmmakers, the charm of this small Breton setting never leaves indifferent.

29180 Locronan


02 98 91 70 14

Port Museum. In Douarnenez. 

A museum like no other, dedicated to boats and men from Brittany and elsewhere ...

It is a national reference collection, an invitation to travel through maritime cultures around the world.

Discover the infinite richness of the maritime worlds, embark on ships exposed to the tide: the tug Saint Denys, the gabare God Protects, the lobster Our Lady of Rocamadour to fully experience the atmosphere of life on board and port.

Chat with seafarers around maritime themes, visit the restoration sites and interact with the museum's marine carpenters. 1500 m² of permanent exhibition - 1300 m² of temporary exhibition - visitable floating boats. Temporary exhibitions - "In the wake of Sindbad": an invitation to follow the centuries-old maritime routes connecting East Africa to India - from 2 April: "Navigate the head in the stars": the epic of cartography and identification at sea. Open from 4 / 02-31 / 03:

Musée à quai seul: 10h-12h30 / 14h-18h, Closed on Mondays except school holidays. 01 / 04-30 / 06, 01 / 09-05 / 11: museum at the quay and boats afloat 10h-12h30 / 14h-18h, Closed on Mondays except school holidays 1 / 07-31 / 08: museum at quay and boats afloat, 7J / 7 10h-19h

Hell's Square

29100 Douarnenez


02 98 92 65 20



In the heart of a park of 85 ha, the castle of Trévarez recognized today "heritage of the 20th century", has dominated the valley of the Aulne for more than a century.

Route of Laz

29520 Saint-Goazec

02 98 26 82 79



Discover Ouessant, Molène and Sein, aboard comfortable and fast ships. Departures from Camaret from April to September. Let yourself be charmed by Molène, her journey from the island leading to the semaphore and the beauty of its archipelago. Discover Ouessant, the largest but also the highest of the islands. Finally, rising to 1.50 m above the ocean, the island of Sein will offer you the total change of scenery of its houses in bright colors and its long cords of pebbles. Opening hours following the maritime stations.

1st spur, Commercial port

CS 82954
29200 Brest


02 98 80 80 80

Morgat-Crozon Marine Caves

Our visits are a story. Departures The sea caves of Morgat have been visited for more than 170 years1. In memory of man, the first visits were organized by fishermen and the crossing of the beach with the boat was done on the back of man, the way to the scull.

When our grandfather, Victor Drévillon, and his father François started the activity in 1933, this one was practiced already with the engine.

Today, aboard our stars, our guide-sailors continue to comment on the visit live and address various aspects such as geology, environment (fauna and flora), not to mention the stories on Morgat transmitted by the popular tradition. Welcome aboard.06 60 93 97

Kador Quay

29160 Crozon-Morat


06 60 93 97 05


Regional Park of Armorica 

The Armorique Regional Natural Park has 44 member communes spread over 125,000 ha. Located in the heart of Finistère, in Brittany, the territory of the Park extends from the mountains of Arrée to the coast of the peninsula of Crozon, while passing by the valley of the Aulne and the bay of Brest, and extends in sea ​​by the islands of Iroise (Sein, Molène and Ouessant).

15 place at the Fairs

29590 The Faou


02 98 81 90 08


Bout du Monde Festival. Crozon peninsula.  

AUGUST 3, 4 and 5, 2018

114, Bd of Free France
29160 Morgat


02 98 27 00 32bureau@festivalduboutdumonde.com


Brittany's first tourist attraction, Océanopolis invites you to discover the oceans through 3 thematic pavilions faithfully recreating the polar, tropical and temperate environments populated with some of the most emblematic animal species!

To make your visit an unforgettable day Océanopolis it's also movies, animations and interactive spaces. Shops and restaurants at your disposal.

Opening hours: From 10am to 5pm: from January 26th to February 5th, from March 8th to 25th, from September 13th to October 19th and from November 3rd to December 16th. From 9:30 to 18:00: from February 6 to March 6, from March 26 to July 10, from August 22 to September 11, from October 20 to November 2 and from December 17 to 31. From 9.30am to 7pm: from July 11th to August 21st. Closed on December 25th and January 1st. Closed on Mondays in January, February, March, September, October, November and December EXCEPT during school holidays in all zones.

New 2017, The temperate pavilion becomes the Brittany pavilion. Discover the riches of our coasts through a completely redesigned course for more interactivity.

Marina of Moulin Blanc

Street Cormorans

29200 Brest


02 98 34 40 40oceanopolis@oceanopolis.com


A museum like no other, dedicated to boats and men from Brittany and elsewhere ...

The Hélène et Édouard Leclerc Fund for Culture is a private endowment fund for contemporary French art located in Landerneau, near Brest, in the department of Finistère, in Brittany.

On the site of the former convent of the Capuchins - built in the seventeenth century - and on which was established the first Leclerc hypermarket until 1986, that Edward Leclerc and his wife Helene decide to create a space dedicated to the contemporary art.

The fund was created in 2011 and chaired by Michel-Édouard Leclerc, son of the founder [2]. It is inaugurated on 23 June 2012, in the presence of Hélène Leclerc [3], the former Minister of Culture Jean-Jacques Aillagon, and presents his first exhibition, dedicated to the artist Gerard Fromanger also present.

Rue des Capucins

29800 Landerneau


02 29 62 47 78


Thalasso Douarnenez

Relaxation, detox, spa treatments and spa treatments ... whip up your wellness program. In a warm and soothing setting facing the Bay of Douarnenez, treat yourself with our various care programs: cures 6 days (fitness, Zen beauty, tonic legs, anti-stress, detox ...), getaways 1 to 4 days, weekends, 1/2 days spa and spa.

Tréboul beach

Curie Professors Street

29177 Douarnenez


02 98 74 47 47dz@thalasso.com

Odet Golf 

Located between oaks and pines in the heart of the bocage fouesnantais, the wide spaces of the Golf of Odet allow amateurs of drives to express themselves fully. The greens are wider than deep and the bunkers are as wide as the nearby beaches.

The Golf de l'Odet has an 18-hole golf course and a 9-hole golf course. It also offers the advantages associated with the Formula Golf network, internship, lessons and package "pass formula golf and hotels" ...

Guénodou Road

29950 Bénodet


02 98 54 87 88


Musée Départemental Breton. A Quimper

This museum presents a synthesis of archeology, popular arts and decorative arts of Finistère ... Created in 1846, the museum occupies the former palace of the bishops of Cornwall.

The ground floor is devoted to prehistory and ancient art. 1st floor rooms feature traditional costumes, antique furniture, stained glass and silverware.

The tour concludes with a retrospective of the quimpéroise faience that leads to the temporary exhibition halls.

For the opening days and hours, contact the museum by phone, or visit our website.

1 rue du Roi Gradlon

29000 Quimper


02 98 95 21 60accueil.museebreton@finistere.fr

Sail Horizons. Douarnenez 

3 fast cruising sailboats ready to go!

Sailing tours: discovery 2 hours, half day and day.

Cruise in the Iroise Sea from 1.5 to 4 days: Navigation at your own pace and change of scenery guaranteed (all year, except summer).

Solo, Duo and Family courses: 1 or more sessions (3h): to become autonomous in a sailing boat.

Boat trips by motorboat "Douarnenez by the sea" (1h): observation of the natural environment and seabed. Rental of motor boats, with or without license.

Equipment provided for adults and children.

Open all year, from Tuesday to Sunday and every day during the school holidays. Check the opening hours on our website (closed Christmas holidays at the end of January).

61, Yser Embankment

Marina of Tréboul

29100 Douarnenez


02 98 74 35 29
06 61 63 42 04


Pont-Aven Museum

After a major expansion and modernization project, the Pont-Aven Museum proposes to discover the artistic adventure of Pont-Aven from 1860 to 1950.

The new route, accessible to people with reduced mobility, features works by Paul Gauguin, Émile Bernard, Paul Sérusier and other artists from the École de Pont-Aven. Educational tools allow visitors to understand this artistic trend, while strolling through spaces offering comfort and breathtaking views of the city's landscapes and the garden "Charles Filiger", in the courtyard of the museum.

A resource center, a conference room, a bookshop and a pedagogical room complete the services offered by the equipment.

Open Vac. school (all zones): Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm; School periods: February, March, November, December from Tuesday to Sunday from 14h-17h30; April, May, June, September and October from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm; July and August 7/7 10h-19h. Closed on Mondays (except Easter Monday, Whitsun, 01/05 and 08/05) except in July and August, 01/01 and 25/12.

Julia Square

29930 Pont-Aven


02 98 06 14 43


Catavoile29. A Crozon

Discover, by the sea, the exceptional sites of the peninsula of Crozon. You will sail on a cruising catamaran with a professional skipper, in the Marine Natural Park of Iroise, in the beautiful bay of Douarnenez and around the peninsula of Crozon.

The most sumptuous treasures of the coast will reveal you the most beautiful point of view: the sea.

From 2 hours to the day, you can discover, the Cap de la Chèvre, Tas de Pois, Toulinguet, Pointe du Raz, the lighthouse of Tevennec and the islands of Ponant, Sein and Molène.

Also enjoy the sunset over Morgat alone on the water. Also for rent a motor boat without a license and a sailboat First 18, small livable.

Cruise, skippage, convoy training all year round.

Open all year 9h-21h30; from April to the end of November in Morgat; from December to the end of March at the castle port in Brest.

Quai Kador
Port de Morgat
29160 Crozon


06 69 18 07 76contact@catavoile29.fr

Stars of the Odet. In Bénodet.

"Odet The most beautiful river of France" & the Glénan archipelago. Embark aboard the Vedettes de l'Odet and discover the most beautiful sites in southern Brittany.

Cruise, cruise with stopover or gourmet cruise for the Odet; escape, discovery of the archipelago, underwater vision, sea kayaking trip or aboard a traditional sailboat for the islands ... It's up to you to choose the formula that suits you!

For the Odet: open from April to September from Bénodet, Quimper and Loctudy.

For the Glénan Islands: open from April to September from Bénodet and Concarneau, in July and August from Loctudy, Port la Forêt and Beg-Meil. Beg Meil ​​- Concarneau maritime link: open in July and August.

2 Avenue of the Odet

Old Port
BP 8
29950 Bénodet


02 98 57 00 58


L’abbaye Saint Guénolé. A Landénénnec.  

The monastic community of the Landévennec abbey welcomes you. The monastery, founded by Saint Guénolé 15 centuries ago, is located at the mouth of the Aulne in a green setting open on the harbor of Brest.

It brings together today a community of 18 Benedictine monks who seek God through a life of prayer, work and welcome by following the Rule of St. Benedict.

Those who wish can attend the services, live a retirement stay at the monastery or simply, during a walk, enjoy the abbey's silence.

Gorrequer Street

29560 Landévennec


02 98 27 73 34

Museum of the former Landévennec abbey.

The museum. Founded at the turn of the 5th and 6th centuries, the Landévennec abbey is the oldest monastic foundation attested in Brittany.

Located a hundred meters below the "new" monastery built in the 1950s, the old abbey is now an archaeological site and a museum. Nearly 25 years of excavations have revealed 13 centuries of Breton history.

The garden. At the foot of the ruins of the ancient abbey, visitors can discover a vegetable garden and a medicinal garden in which are gathered a hundred plants that were used in the monasteries of the high Middle Ages.

29560 Landévennec


02 98 27 35 90