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Brittany is a land of great food, outdoor activities and historical sights, and few destinations in the region are as appealing as the fishing port of Concarneau. Find out why the French adore the town, and how spectacular its cuisine is by booking the very best Concarneau hotels with Hotels.com. Booking with us is simple. We provide every bit of information you might need to make an informed decision. Read reviews, check out location maps and see photographs of hotel rooms. It's all about knowing what to expect and finding accommodation in Concarneau that's right for you. From family establishments to tucked away hotels that are perfect for couples, there are plenty of options. Book now with Hotels.com, and secure discounts when you head to southern Brittany for your next break in France.
What's Concarneau Like?
Concarneau looks out onto the Bay of Biscay, and is an atmospheric fishing port in the south of Brittany. The town is one of France's premier fishing ports, meaning that it offers some of the freshest, most diverse seafood in the world. However, it also has some great attractions like the medieval walled old town (the "ville close") and the interesting Museum of Fishing. Just outside the city center, you can visit the Château de Keriolet, an elegant 19th century mansion, while a little further on you'll find l'Ile aux Momes - a great family amusement park. Concarneau hotels make a great base from which to explore southern Brittany as well. Head to romantic towns like Rosporden or sunbathe on the endless sands at Benodet. Play some golf at the fine course in Clohars-Fouesnant or take a relaxing river cruise on the River Odet, often thought of as one of the most beautiful in France.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Concarneau
Concarneau may be a working port, but the people of the town are extremely welcoming. It might be something to do with the port itself, but the town has an outward looking attitude that makes everybody who visit feel right at home. We recommend getting down to the port to see the catch being landed or, even better, heading out for a recreational fishing cruise with an experienced local fisherman. The town is also keen on culture, so visit during the Festival of the Blue Nets in August for a feast of Breton customs and music. The old town is best seen on foot - but renting bikes is a fantastic way to explore the coast, and the terrain will suit even the least experienced cyclist.