Must-see places in Cornwall

Cornwall has a particularly extensive coastline with a wide variety of landscapes.

  Residents and travellers share their Cornwall, discover their favourites

Family walk in Kéréon Street


Capital of Cornouaille, let yourself be charmed by this mythical city in Brittany and its three ancient hearts. A gourmet city with lively shopping streets, the cultural capital of Brittany, and a National Flowering Award, Quimper is located in the heart of Cornouaille and its authentic and preserved maritime landscapes.

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Douarnenez region

Douarnenez, the former sardine capital, has a picturesque urban heritage made up of old canneries, factory workers' houses, fishermen's families and sardine factory workers. On the other hand, seaside villas, from the most imposing to the most modest, dot the Tréboul district.

Cap Sizun and Pointe du Raz

The Cap Sizun and the Pointe du Raz

The Cap-Sizun offers a concentrate of Brittany in a wild and preserved territory: white sand beaches, spectacular viewpoints on the Iroise Sea, rough and preserved cliffs. With the emblematic site of the Pointe du Raz, the main cliffs of Cap Sizun form the "Grand Site de France".

Bigouden Country

Pont l'Abbé and the Pays Bigouden

The Pays Bigouden is a land of character and traditions, known for its headdress, but not only. Pont l'Abbé, its castle and its inhabited bridge are home to traditions. A true land of fishermen with its four lively ports: Le Guilvinec, Loctudy, Saint Guénolé-Penmarc'h and Lesconil


Pays de Fouesnant and Bénodet

Fouesnant les Glénan will surprise you with the diversity of its charms: indented coasts, long sandy beaches, hiking trails via the mythical GR34. Let yourself be charmed by the superb seaside resort of Bénodet, its cornice, its beaches... without forgetting its Casino and its thalassotherapy.



Concarneau is an ancient port town and stronghold of Brittany, and has preserved a rich architectural heritage. Sheltered by the fortifications of the walled city, trawlers and coastal fishermen unload their catch not far from the canneries and shipyards. Its bay is home to a seaside resort with fine sandy beaches.

Aven Bridge

Follow in the footsteps of Paul Gauguin. Imagine him on the port, on the banks of the Aven, admiring the successive mills. You will understand why he loved this city of painters so much, which he made known beyond the seas. For a gourmet break, there are of course the authentic galettes.

The Crozon peninsula

Breathtaking sites, which one would like to never forget: this peninsula is grandiose on all sides. This is not new: megaliths, the Vauban tower (Unesco heritage), the fortification route. Thrill seekers, rock climbing, canoyning or sea fishing await you.