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Do you know Fouesnant?
Take a stroll in the town centre and discover its heritage and cultural attractions, including the Romanesque Saint-Pierre Church with its four chapels devoted to Sainte-Anne, Saint-Guénolé, Saint-Sébatien and Kerbader. Wander among the market stalls on a Wednesday, Friday and Saturday morning and pick up some local Breton produce and craft items, such as salted butter caramel, cider, honey, seafood or farm produce. And it wouldn’t be a true Breton holiday if you didn’t take home a stripy top, yellow raincoat and boots! In fact, there are 150 shops here so plenty of opportunities to add to your wardrobe!
After the town centre, head out to explore the surprising natural environment around Fouesnant. First the ocean and the Glénan archipelago formed of a dozen islands set in pristine waters and surrounded by fine white sand. See the Beg-Meil creeks and marvel at the “white sea”, a lagoon stretching from Pointe Mousterlin to Bénodet.
Then head inland to the woods of Penfoulic, a 30-hectare reserve of large trees with a rich understorey – a lovely shady spot for a cool walk.
What to see and do?
The town’s coast stretches 14 kilometres with over 13 beaches and small creeks where you can spread out your towel, lie back and relax! For beginners or more experienced watersport enthusiasts, there’s plenty of choice from standup paddleboarding to sea wading and catamarans... take your pick! And for those who prefer to stay on dry land, the town offers several cycling routes and hiking trails. We can guarantee that you’ll never get bored!
More information on https://www.tourisme-fouesnant.fr/