Tripadvisor Hôtel Naeco
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Tripadvisor Hôtel Naeco
5 043 reviews


Check-in: your accommodation will be available from 4 pm onwards
Check-out: you must leave your accommodation by 11 am
Opening hours (reception and snack bar): 7:30 am to 12 pm and 4 pm to 7:30 pm
Free Wi-Fi available on the terrace and in the hotel
You’ll have access to a picnic area, as well as a barbecue
Laundrette available in the camping toilet block below the building
An equipped communal kitchen, a lounge/diner, and a terrace are available to guests staying at the hotel.
You can park and chain up your bike in the shelter of our wooden shed.
Penn Ar Bed tickets for visiting the islands of Sein, Molène and Ushant available from reception with a 10 % discount
A web corner is also available, allowing you to consult and book activities on our partners’ websites.


Around Naéco, Hotel and Campsite in Audierne

Feel free to ask for information at reception. We will put you in contact with our local partners so you can organise your activities during your stay.

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Outdoor sports & activities
  • Beginner and intermediate surfing lessons
  • Stand-up paddling, canoeing and kayaking
  • Cycling, both by yourself or accompanied by our partner guides
  • Horse riding on the beach or inland
  • Underwater diving
  • Kitesurfing
  • Windsurfing
  • Land sailing
  • Aquashow aquarium and bird shows
  • Nature survival course
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Some visits to do
  • The Brûlerie du Goyen coffeehouse in Pont-Croix 
  • The Maison Hénaff in Pouldreuzic
  • The Kerné cider works in Pouldreuzic 
  • The Biscuiterie de la Pointe du Raz
  • The Ar-Men smokehouse in Plogoff
  • The Mobydick distillery
  • Cap'Hélix snail farm
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Heritage sites to visit
  • Menez Dregan archaeological site (Plouhinec)
  • Ar Paeron botanical park (Audierne)
  • The Maritime Museum (Audierne)
  • “Le Marquisat” heritage museum (Pont-Croix)
  • The Forge (Confort-Meilars)
  • The Maison du Vent (Goulien) 
  • The refurbished working mills, open year round (Tréouzien in Plouhinec, Keriolet in Beuzec-Cap-Sizun) and in summer, as well as the Trouger windmills in Cléden-Cap-Sizun
  • Audierne port, a heritage and fishing port
  • The sheltered ports in Audierne on the Pointe du Raz: Saint Evette, Pors Tarz, le Loc’h, Pors Loubous, Feunten Aod and Bestrée
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The most beautiful places to discover
  • The Pointe du Raz and the Pointe du Van
  • The Baie des Trépassés and the Port du Vorlen
  • The Plage de Trescadec (Trescadec Beach) and Le Raoulic lighthouse
  • Sein Island
  • Pors Poulhan 
  • Cap de la Chèvre
  • Baie de Douarnenez


Our choices...
To start the day off, discover the unmissable headland of the Pointe du Raz. It’ll take around 40 minutes to walk from the obligatory car park (€6.50) and the Pointe and back again.
Just before the car park, stop by Monsieur Papier in Plogoff, a lovely café and stationary shop with an incredible sea view.
Continue your journey passing by the Baie des Trépassés and the Port du Vorlen, which will lead you to the Pointe du Van.
For lunch, head to “Au pilleur d’épaves”, a restaurant between the headland and the mills of Trouguer, with a magnificent view over the island of Sein.
After lunch and your return to Audierne, take a beach stroll along the Plage de Trescadec.
You can also take a brisk walk and discover the port, passing by the Passerelle des Capuncins walkway over to the Raoulic lighthouse.
Come early evening, indulge in an aperitif and some delicious nibbles at the Bar La Renverse (just above the Passerelle).
Just a few steps away, discover the delicious crêpes at La Caravane Bleue, or simply enjoy a couple of oysters and langoustines in the friendly atmosphere of the port at sunset.