In addition to its port directly accessible from the hotel, Camaret has a rich natural and wild heritage. Marking the entrance to the roadstead of Brest, the point of Pen-Hir gives a wonderful view on the pea piles and the point St Mathieu, a hiking trail of 4km allows you to access it from the hotel. If walking is not your thing, the point is accessible by car and there is a parking lot right next door. Near the coast, there are fine sandy beaches well known in the region, as well as the alignments of menhirs of Lagatjar and the ruins of the Manor of St Pol Roux, overlooking the beautiful cove of Pen Hat and the tip of Toulinguet.
Camaret sur Mer, located at the tip of the Crozon peninsula in Finistère, has taken advantage of its fishing port and its exceptional location to become the former European capital of lobster fishing in Mauritania. By going to the Viviers Henry on the end of the quays you will find all you need to know about shellfish, direct sale possible on the spot. The delicious product does not frequent the port of Finistère anymore, but the know-how, the clientele and the market remain. The port welcomes you with a myriad of shops ready to serve you its local specialties in front of the Chapel of Rocamadour and the Vauban Tower erected since the XIIth century, and today classified in the world heritage of UNESCO. You will also find in the small streets adjacent to the port a multitude of artists’ galleries mixing local history and landscapes of the surroundings through sculptures and other paintings.