Le Pouldu is the name of a port in the commune of Clohars-Carnoët at the mouth of the Laïta river, which attracted many artists, mainly at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century.
Le Pouldu is a perfect place to relax, whether you have come to surf, relax alone or with your family, Le Pouldu has a beach for every one of your desires.
Kérou beach is the surfing spot par excellence; welcoming nearly 300 surfers all year round, and more than 600 in the summer. Famous for its waves and its good wind catch, Kérou is located next to the ESB Kloar, a surf school open from mid-March to mid-November. Of course, it's not just for surfers, but also for those who love stand up paddle, beach volleyball or just want to relax.
Situated in the rocky Finisterian coasts, it unites all the charms of Brittany, with its transparent and fine white sand. The beach of Bellangenet is a haven of peace, conducive to relaxation.
You can find a live webcam all year round with a view of this beach, for those who are short of travel.
A fine sandy beach, protected from waves, Les Grands Sables is the ideal place for families. In the 19th century, the painters of the Pont-Aven school stayed at the "Buvette de la plage", now reconstructed at the Maison-Musée du Pouldu.
A sailing school is located next door, for budding or experienced sailors.
Located in the commune of Clohars-Carnoët, Naéco Le Pouldu is a hostel situated 100m from the Kerou beach, the surf school and the GR34. Between nature and the ocean, the establishment is an ideal starting point to discover the region and enjoy outdoor activities.
Shared kitchen, relaxation lounge, dining room, terrace and table football will allow you to share good times in a friendly atmosphere.