Visit Concarneau

Concarneau is an important fishing port and seaside resort. Surrounded by fortifications, the heart of the city invites visitors to discover the past and stroll through its shopping streets.

The “Ville Close”

On either side of the old town, fishing and pleasure ports favour the maritime spectacle.

The ledge, a place for a walk, leads to coves and sandy beaches that encourage relaxation and water activities, sheltered from one of the most beautiful bays in Brittany.

Chateau de Keriolet

Keriolet Castle

Discover, 5 minutes from the Close City of Concarneau, on the heights of the city, the atypical fates of the Russian Imperial Princess Zenaïde Narisckin and her husband Count Charles de Chauveau.
Originally, the Château de Keriolet, dating from the beginning of the 13th century, was redesigned by the diocesan architect Joseph Bigot at the request of the princess for her young husband.
Since 1988, the castle has undergon a beautiful restoration. It is listed in the inventory of historical monuments.

Access:
By the RN 165 (Lorient/Quimper express way), exit “Coat Conq”, towards Concarneau, follow the arrow « château de Keriolet » at the entrance of Concarneau.
Keriolet is also 5 minutes from the “Ville close”.

The Marinarium

“Knowing and understanding the sea, to better respect it.” The Marine Biology Station of Concarneau offers a visit of about 45 minutes to take another look at the marine environment. Many texts and explanations with some local fish in aquariums and even a tactile pool that will excite the youngest and old children. An ideal family visit. Have a good visit!

Access:
Place de la Croix in Concarneau

Discover the south finistère

As a couple or as a family, here is a selection of the must-see destinations around the campsite Les Saules.