Domaine de Menez-Meur with your family - Tourism Landerneau Daoulas


Family weekend in Landerneau: nature and relaxation!

Get away with the family for a weekend weekend in Landerneauaway from the daily grind of the metro, work and sleep? We've got just the thing for you!

  • In the family
  • 2 days

A day in the heart of nature

A family retreat at the gateway to the Monts d'Arrée

Your weekend begins with a morning at Domaine de Menez Meurin Hanvec. Reconnect with nature in this unspoilt area, where the domestic animals of the educational farm are never far from the wolf pack and other wild species. Follow the "Breton Savannah" trail for a total escape, and from the Roc'h, admire the 360-degree views over the Brest harbor and the Monts de la Loire. and the Monts d'Arrée.

Domaine de Menez-Meur with your family - Tourism Landerneau Daoulas
Forest of Cranou - Tourism Landerneau Daoulas

Family outing in the Cranou national forest

The day continues with a visit to the Cranou forest, the largest largest forest in Finistère. Numerous hiking trails lead through it. Observant eyes may catch a glimpse of rare species of bat such as the Barbastelle or the Great Rhinolophus. Don't miss the arboretum, with its hundreds of species from all over the world!

Did you know?

The Cranou forest is mainly planted with oak and beech trees, which were once used for shipbuilding. The forest was once used by the Royal Navy of Brest!

Discovering Daoulas and its treasures

Family visit to Daoulas Abbey

Rendezvous atDaoulas Abbeya cultural site not to be missed in the region. All year round, exhibitions and cultural events are on offer for all ages, as well as special workshops for families. Take time to explore the terraced gardens which well deserve their classification as Jardins Remarquables: many species of aromatic essences and medicinal plants from all over the world grow there peacefully.

Fountain at Daoulas Abbey - Tourism Landerneau Daoulas
Historic center of Daoulas - Pays de Landerneau Daoulas

A stroll through the historic center of Daoulas

Take advantage of this walk to visit the historic center of Daoulas and soak up its soothing atmosphere. Take a stroll along the port, down the rue de l'église where the richest shipowners and merchants once lived, and enjoy a bucolic picnic by the pond. For children, a play book is available free of charge from the Tourist Office.

A must

Daoulas market

Sunday is market day in Daoulas! Meet passionate producers and discover the whole range of Breton gastronomy on direct sale. Will you fall for the seafood, crêpes or strawberries from Plougastel?

Marché en Bretagne - Tourisme Landerneau Daoulas

Stroll along the banks of the Mignonne River

In the afternoon, continue your discovery of Daoulas with a walk walk along the river Mignonneriver. Enjoy a bucolic stroll through the undergrowth. Follow the river as far as the viaduct: from below, you'll feel very small!

The Mignonne River in Daoulas - Tourism Landerneau Daoulas
Family at the Bendy in Logonna-Daoulas - Tourism Landerneau Daoulas

Discover Brest harbour with your family

To round off your weekend in style, head to Logonna-Daoulas to admire the most beautiful panoramas of Brest harbour. To starboard, Plougastel-Daoulas and Brest; to port, the Crozon peninsula. And in front of you, the harbour, and much, much further away, America! Stroll along the coastal path, and you'll enjoy a multitude of viewpoints and a feast for the eyes!

More of a lounger? Take a dip on the shore or, if the tide is right, go fishing on foot!

Family market square in Landerneau - Tourism Landerneau Daoulas

We're staying a little longer

Another day in Landerneau?

Take advantage of your stay in Brittany to linger in Landerneau and discover with your family the nuggets of the town's heritage of the townvisit the FHEL and the Rohan Gallery as well as the workshops of artists and craftsmen!

Spend the night

Your accommodation

Bed and breakfast, vacation rentals or camping: find a complete range of accommodation in the Landerneau Daoulas region.

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