Auberge de Kerveoc'h
Hotel-Restaurant in Douarnenez
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The Bay of Audierne

Bounded to the north by the Pointe du Raz and to the south by the Pointe de Pors Carn at Penmarc'h, the Baie d'Audierne is part of the Natura 2000 network. Enthusiasts of wide open spaces and nature lovers will be delighted to explore this stretch of Finistère coastline.

To the south of the Cap Sizun cliffs and as far as the Pointe de Penmarch, the beach stretches for around ten kilometres. The wildest part is in the Bigouden region, near Plovan. As you move towards the Pointe du Raz, the cliffs gradually rise.

Once feared by sailors because of its many shipwrecks, the Bay of Audierne is now a place of wild beauty.
This natural site is notable for its exceptional flora and fauna. Between reed beds, ponds, lagoons, dunes and marshes, almost 300 species of birds have found refuge in this unspoilt environment.
You'll be able to spot migratory birds on their way to Africa, as well as nesting birds such as the broken-necked gravelot, purple heron and bittern.
While birds and other maritime species have made their home in Audierne Bay, the area also contains many remains of ancient human occupation. Take a stroll along the footpaths and you'll discover typical chapels, calvaries, fountains, megaliths and steles.

The Maison de la Baie d'Audierne in Saint-Vio is open to the public. It sheds light on the diversity of the bay's flora and fauna, with guided tours, walks and exhibitions.
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