Tourism & Leisure


Brittany is a region full of surprises. Find below our selection. Also we will be able to help you with suggestions and reservations during your stay.



At the Hotel


Leading directly from the hotel is a beautiful beach with sand, rockpools and galettes, the pretty local stones that are perfect for skimming! A fter a swim you can lie back on a lounger in our private garden overlooking the sea.

There is also a large (18 x 8 m) indoor heated salt water pool, a sauna and a hammam.

Our sporty guests will appreciate the gym with its treadmill, stationary bicycle and weights.

After the day's activity relax in the bar, where the fire crackles nightly, to enjoy a book or play a game from our selection.


Wonderful Walks


Located directly on the GR34 coastal path, the Grand Hotel des Bains is the perfect place for those who enjoy walking. We particularly recommend:

  • The "Côte Sauvage": head west on leaving the hotel and the path will take you directly to the Pointe de Primel, the views en route are simply stunning.
  • The "Côte de Granite Rose": the path winds between enormous pink rocks, shaped and polished by the elements over time, a magnificent landscape that includes the famous site of Ploumanach.




Our seaside location means there is a tremendous choice of nautical sports, including surfing, kite-surfing and paddleboarding, as well as sailing and diving through the very well regarded Sailing and Diving School of Locquirec.

Explore the sea by kayak, or hire a local boat.

You can also enjoy excellent local golf courses (Carantec and Begard), a game of tennis at the Locquirec courts or hire a bike through the village Tourist Office.

Riding and swimming are also available.




On the outskirts of Brest Oceanopolis takes you around the world's oceans with 10.000 species from temperate, polar and tropical climates, as well as those of Brittany, such as seals..




There are many beautiful islands to discover around Locquirec, a number of which are home to colonies of rare birds such as puffins and guillemots, as well as grey seals. A visit makes a memorable day trip.

We recommend:

  • Batz Island
  • Callot Island
  • Brehat Island.
  • 7 Islands




There are numerous attractions in or around Locquirec.

Enclosed Churches: sign of the economic prosperity of the region in the 16th & 17th century, there are composed of a church, a surrounding wall and a large gate or decorative arch with a calvary or an ossuary.

The Barnenez Cairn: it is the largest Megalithic tomb in Europe. It dates from between 4500 to 3500 BC.

The Château de Rosanbo: the large Chateau, surrounded by a park, is considered one of the most notable in Brittany, and has been lived in for over 600 years.

Morlaix: the town with three hills. A rich and turbulent history has left a strong architectural impression on this town, whose very specific geography means there are numerous viewpoints from which to appreciate its beauty.

Lannion: a city with very ancient origins, traces of the Gauls and Romans have been found. The town was a key point to cross the Leguer valley to get to the coast.

Fondation Hélène & Edouard Leclerc pour la culture: Founded in 2011 at the Landerneau Capucins, this is a cultural foundation which aims to bring high quality exhibitions to a wide public audience.
Its 2017 Picasso exhibition was a great success. "Libres Figurations, Années 80" is on until from the 10th of December.




Try one of the popular local markets for home-grown fruit, vegetables, delicious cheeses and of course fresh fish and seafood, as well as other local specialities such as honey and lavender products, crafts and those famous Breton sweaters!

  • Locquirec: Wednesdays
  • Plestin les Grèves: Sundays
  • Morlaix: Tuesdays
  • Lannion: Thursdays