in Iroise, in the heart of the “Pays de Brest Terres Océanes” (country of Brest, ocean lands), the last medieval town on the tip of Brittany, welcomes visitors all year round. The town has a rich historical heritage, listed houses, and a town trail that recounts the great moments of its history “from the legend of Saint-Renan to the memory of the seneschaussée”.
The town is home to many shops, various cultural spaces: the Cinema le Bretagne, the jardin d’antan (garden of yesteryear), the media library. The Notre Dame gallery hosts several art exhibitions (June/September).
On Saturdays, Saint-Renan lives to the rhythm of the most important market of the department, an unmissable gourmet stopover to discover shellfish and specialities (Kig à Farz, seaweed sausages). This market is mainly located in the hotel’s street and makes your morning typical, which can be punctuated by tasting Prat ar coum’s oysters on the terrace accompanied by a good glass of white wine.
Saint-Renan is a starting point for many walks around the lakes and also for marked hiking, cycling and mountain bike trails.
The Atlantic Ocean, the Channel and its tidal cycles, the beaches and the GR 34 are less than 10 minutes away.