For adapted vacations
All the addresses for an accessible stay in Landerneau Daoulas
Do you have special needs or are you accompanying a person with reduced mobility or a visual, hearing or mental disability? Click here to find out more about our offers for an accessible stay in the Landerneau Daoulas region.
Accommodation, activities, visits... an offer accessible to all
Menez Meur forest path
Abbey gardens footbridge
Accommodation with PRM accessibility in Landerneau
Looking for accommodation in the heart of the town for your stay in Landerneau? In Landerneau's historic center of Landerneau, le Clos du Pontic also offers a personalized welcome to suit your needs. You'll appreciate its large grounds and the quality of its restaurant.
Ecolabel and Tourisme & Handicaps certified, L'Ara Hôtel is located 5 minutes from the station and offers 2 large accessible rooms with walk-in showers and all the comforts of a 3-star hotel. A unique concept for a socially responsible hotel!
New for 2023 is the opening of a B&B hotel in Landerneau ! 61 rooms, including 3 adapted for people with reduced mobility, the comfort and services of a *** hotel close to the town center.
L'Ara, a hotel like no other
Located in a wooded park near the center of Landerneau, the ARA Hôtel*** stands out for its social and environmental commitments. Tourism and Handicaps-approved for 4 types of disability (hearing, motor, mental and visual), it also boasts the European ecolabel and employs disabled staff to promote their inclusion in the world of work. A unique concept for a socially responsible hotel!
Sea or country
2 accommodations in the Landerneau Daoulas area for your accessible group holiday
Want to wake up facing the sea in the morning? Visit Center de Moulin Mer, in Logonna Daoulas is open all year round for adapted vacation stays. In the kitchen, the chef adapts meals to suit different special diets. 7 PRM-accessible rooms are equipped with medical beds. 23 other rooms and 4 activity rooms with sea views are on the same level. Right in front of your accommodation, without even leaving your wheelchair, board the Bag an Holl, a flat-bottomed boat, for a trip out to sea to discover Brest harbor.
On the country side, the Gorre Menez center also has 6 large rooms adapted for PRMs and 5 other single-storey rooms. The entire site is equipped with adapted signage.
Art and heritage
Discover art and heritage: accessible visits in the Landerneau Daoulas area
- Landerneau is renowned for its promotion of contemporary art. The Fonds Hélène et Édouard Leclerc pour la Culture and the Galerie de Rohan are both easily accessible and have reserved parking spaces. The Fonds Hélène et Édouard Leclerc pour la Culture, housed in the former Capucins convent, welcomes major names in contemporary art every year. The Galerie de Rohan, more than an exhibition space, is also a place for sharing, meeting and exchanging ideas about art and culture. Bonus: admission is free!
- The must-see Daoulas Abbey offers an almost 100% wheelchair-accessible tour, from the parking lot to the gardens. Only the slope of the oratory and the last garden terrace are more difficult to access. Magnetic loops, cane seats and wheelchairs are available, and assistance dogs are welcome.
- In Hanvec, take a dip in nature at the Domaine de Menez Meurin the heart of the Parc Naturel Régional d'Armorique. Joëlette for the visits, animations in LSF, map for accessible circuit: everything is thought to facilitate your journey.
- Finally, the Maison du Patrimoine de la Roche Mauriceat the foot of the Château de Roch Morvanwill help you understand this atypical historic site.
Stroll along the River Élorn in Landerneau
The riverbank circuit offers a flat 6.5-kilometer route to the Grande Briqueterie. At your own pace, you'll discover the river side of Landerneau, its magnificent Pont de Rohan and the gentle pace of life in this charming town.
Continue your walk with a visit to the Jardin des Bénédictines. The wheelchair-friendly entrance is on the right, and most of the path is accessible. Only certain steep areas may require assistance.
Please note: the new inclusive play area is located alongside the river. A must for everyone!
Move, have fun
Water-based leisure accessible to all
Want to enjoy the water? The Alligators sailing club in Landerneau offers adapted two-seater kayaks. So you can cruise the Élorn at your own pace, and discover Landerneau from the river.
The Moulin Mer center offers sea outings on a boat accessible to 8 wheelchair users, accompanied by an attendant. Sailing trips are also available on the Fillao.
For swimming, head for the Grève du Yelen in Logonna Daoulas where, in summer, a "hippocampe" wheelchair is available during La Paillotte opening hours. The changing rooms and terrace are also wheelchair-accessible.
Not forgetting the Aqualorn aquatic center in Landerneau, which has equipment adapted for people with reduced mobility (launching, buoyancy aids, etc.).
Rent your outdoor equipment with Miaggo
Enjoy a real sense of freedom and access almost anywhere thanks to the equipment offered by the company Miaggo. Pusher bikes, electric scooters with seats, scooters with wheelchairs, joëlettes, electric bikes with stabilized wheels... Almost anything is possible, depending on your needs and constraints. Several packages are available for hourly or daily rentals.