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Starting point for your experiences

At the western tip of Brittany, the unspoilt nature offers an incredible playground for discovery. Between the turquoise Atlantic and the mysterious Breton moors, the "End of the Earth" - as the name "Finistère" means - enchants visitors. Explore this magical region along the hiking trails, get lost in the narrow streets of Plougonvelin or Le Conquet, admire the dolmens and menhirs of the Crozon peninsula... Sail on the Iroise Sea, discover the Molène archipelago and observe the marine fauna.
Your stay at the Hostellerie de la Pointe Saint Mathieu promises you unforgettable moments.

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La pointe st mathieu

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At the Pointe Saint-Mathieu, you enter a land of memory for sailors. On its cliffs rise an emblematic lighthouse and an ancestral abbey, which can be reached via the many hiking trails.

Pointe Saint Mathieu
Ruins of abbey and lighthouse of Saint-Mathieu, Finistere, Brittany, France
White light house
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conquet & Plougonvelin

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In Le Conquet, narrow streets lead to a picturesque port, where fishing remains the main and traditional activity. À In Plougonvelin, there is the Pointe Saint-Mathieu and the Bertheaume fort, fortified by Vauban.

Pointe Saint-Mathieu in Plougonvelin in Finistere, France
a landscape of Brittany in summer, France. sea, color of this region in summer
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A visit to Brest is an opportunity to discover the daily life of a truly historic maritime city, with a medieval castle and the famous "rade" and its beaches open to the public.

Les Tas de Pois, Pointe de Pen-Hir, Crozon Peninsula, Brittany, France.
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of crozon

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The Crozon peninsula is an invitation to a mysterious journey with its legendary dolmens and menhirs. There are many spectacular natural and historical sites, such as the Pointe de Pen Hir and the Tour Vauban.

Cap de la Chevre on the Crozon peninsula (Finistere, France)
Nature scenic in portrait format of limestone sea cavern with blue sea and sky taken from sea looking towards the coast - with sea kayak to show huge size of the cave.
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& Molène

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The islands of Ouessant and Sein or the archipelago of Molène in the Iroise Sea are paradises for lovers of wild tranquillity, who can admire the sunset and the island landscapes from the top of the most beautiful lighthouses in the region.

view of île de sein in brittany
White sand beach
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in Brittany

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From the Hostellerie de la Pointe St Mathieu, all activities are within your reach: visit the lighthouses of Finistère, take windsurfing or sailing lessons, hike or cycle along the legendary paths between land and sea.

Tourists at the shore of Saint Guirec Ploumanac'h at the pink granite coast in Brittany, Franceduring a beautiful summer sunset.
Saint Cado, Brittany, France, in low tide
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Zodiac trip to discover the Molène archipelago. Observation of seals and dolphins in their natural environment.

helene fund
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in landerneau

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In the heart of the former Capuchin convent in Landerneau, the Fond Hélène et Édouard Leclerc pour la culture offers exhibitions of the greatest contemporary artists.

Landerneau is a town in Léon, a town at the end of the estuary, located where the maritime navigation up the Elorn estuary traditionally ended - also called Rivière de Landerneau, which allowed the port to flourish, which is now unsuitable for modern maritime navigation; it is also a city-bridge, located at the site of the last bridge4 , the Rohan bridge, allowing the crossing of the coastal river and going from Léon to Cornouaille or vice versa. This place of passage for land traffic caused the commercial development of the city, including on the bridge itself, a bridge inhabited by houses on stilts, with many shops traditionally and remained toll for the benefit of Rohan, princes of Leon who had it built, until 1766. It was also built on the same bridge, or nearby, a chapel, a mill, a fishery and even a prison from which the prisoners sometimes escaped by diving into the river. Until 1930 (date of the commissioning of the Albert-Louppe bridge), it was the main crossing point between the bishoprics of Léon and Cornouaille.
Rohan bridge in the city centre of Landerneau in the Finistere in France
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Hiking on
The GR®34

The GR®34 hiking trail stretches for more than 2,000 km, starting at Mont-Saint-Michel and ending at Saint-Nazaire. It runs along the coast of the Brittany region. It passes through numerous protected areas where the fauna and flora flourish to reveal grandiose landscapes that delight professional or amateur hikers.