"The Ar Men Du is on hand to share its insider knowledge throughout your stay,
starting with the very best sites we recommend you visit near the hotel."
Jean Yves Roué, Hotel Director.
The Breton Riviera
Plage de Tahiti beach
Mere seconds away from your hotel, enjoy Névez's most beautiful beach, known as the Plage de Tahiti. Winter and summer alike, visitors are spellbound by the exceptional views that ebb and flow with the changing tides.
The Ile de Raguenez island
Your stay at the Ar Men Du hotel comes complete with gorgeous views of the Ile de Raguenez island. Accessible at low tide, curious visitors are rewarded with a wonderful walk to the other side.
Fouesnant and the Breton Riviera
Six natural protected beauty spots are available for you to explore.
Foodie delights at Raguenez
Your time in southern Brittany is a chance to experience the festive, maritime atmosphere that reigns supreme here.
The Cabellou headland
Strolling along the coast here, you can't help but wish you could capture the moment forever. Concarneau is a Town of Art and History, and home to a plethora of historic monuments.
La dolce vita in Pont-Aven
Seaside strolls studded with the vestiges of old windmills, or the wash houses that so inspired Gauguin.
Pont-Aven, where tradition lives on
The delicious Pont-Aven buckwheat pancakes are responsible for catapulting this picturesque little village to worldwide fame. But this town so beloved by painters has many more surprises in store yet...
Seeking shelter at Port de Douelan
Under the glare of the harbour headlights, explore the small Breton port of Douelan-sur-mer.
Port Manec'h, the joys of the seaside
A seaside resort at the mouth of the Aven, Port Manec'h is a relaxing spot complete with Belle Epoque-era beach huts that lend it all its old-fashioned charm.
Kerdruc and other picturesque beauty spots
Peaceful Kerdruc lies among the many saltwater rivers that criss-cross their way across the southern Finistère region. This little piece of heaven on Earth ebbs and flows with the changing tides.
Nicknamed the 'town of painters'