Situated on the border of Morbihan, the Pays de Quimperlé is a community of agglomerations, composed of 16 communes, with a surface area of 606 km².
Because of this surface area, the Pays de Quimperlé offers magnificent landscapes around the rias, these rivers which live at the rhythm of the tides.
The country of Quimperlé is the meeting point between three rivers: the Ellé, the Isole and the Laïta. This region has preserved many traces of the past, which you can visit at your leisure. Between walks in the forest of Carnoët, visit the site of the abbey of Saint Maurice on the banks of the Laïta, or the Maison-musée du Pouldu.
If you like hiking, you can hike part of the GR34, which stretches over 80 km of paths along the coast, located in the Pays de Quimperlé. You will be able to discover unique landscapes, which inspired many painters of the Pont-Aven school.
Situated on the border between Morbihan and Finistère, Naéco Hostel Le Pouldu, gîte in Clohars-Carnoët, is a strategic point to visit the Quimperlé area, while enjoying the surrounding nature, with its many coastal paths, beaches and outdoor activities.
At Naéco Le Pouldu you can rent a room for travellers looking for conviviality or a flat for longer stays, for freedom-loving travellers who are also looking for contact with other holidaymakers.
Our gîte Clohars Carnoet makes your stay possible, as it meets your concerns for comfort and freedom. Ultimately, it all depends on how you want to spend your holiday in this authentic destination.