Hotel Finistère Sud - Naéco Hostels

24 hours in Audierne

during your stay at Naéco - Camping & Auberge Audierne
Brittany 24 hours in Audierne

From the Pointe du Raz to the Pointe de Penmarc'h, the Baie d'Audierne offers an exceptional, 100% natural environment, with dunes lining more than 10 km of shoreline. The flora and fauna are exceptionally rich, and the landscapes varied: pebble beaches, fine sandy beaches, cliffs that gain height as they approach the Pointe du Raz. Discover the Goyen ria, whose contours are shaped by the tide, and the lively port of Audierne, with its beautiful white facades and quays dedicated to fishing and yachting...

By booking your stay at Naéco Audierne, inn & campsite in Audierne Bay, you benefit from a privileged location to discover the most beautiful sites in South Finistère but also enjoy a unique climate.


  • Arrival: your accommodation is available from 4pm.
  • Departure: you must vacate your accommodation by 11am.
  • Opening hours (reception & snack bar): 7:30am - 12:00pm and 4pm - 7:30pm
  • Free WiFi available on the terrace and throughout the hotel
  • Picnic area and barbecue available
  • Laundry facilities in the campsite sanitary block under the building
  • A fully-equipped communal kitchen, dining room-lounge and terrace are available to guests staying at the hotel.
  • You can park and secure your bike in our wooden shed.
  • Penn Ar Bed tickets for visits to the islands of Sein, Molène and Ouessant are available at 10% off at reception.
  • A web corner is also available for consulting and booking activities on our partners' websites.


  • Introductory and advanced surfing courses
  • Stand-up paddle, canoe and kayak trips
  • Hiking and bike rides: self-guided or accompanied by our partner guides
  • Horseback riding on the beach or inland
  • Scuba diving
  • Kitesurfing
  • Windsurfing
  • Sand yachting
  • Aquarium & bird shows Aquashow
  • Nature survival course


  • The Goyen burner factory in Pont-Croix
  • Maison Hénaff, Pouldreuzic
  • The Kerné cider factory in Pouldreuzic
  • Pointe du Raz cookie factory
  • Ar Men smokehouse, Plogoff
  • Mobydick distillery
  • La ferme hélico cap


  • Maritime Museum (Audierne)
  • Le Marquisat heritage museum (Pont-Croix)
  • Menez Dregan archaeological site (Plouhinec)
  • Ar Paeron Botanical Park (Audierne)
  • La Forge (Confort-Meilars)
  • La Maison du Vent (Goulien)
  • Rehabilitated windmills open all year round (Tréouzien in Plouhinec, Keriolet in Beuzec-Cap-Sizun) and, in high season, the Trouguer windmills in Cléden-Cap-Sizun.
  • The port of Audierne, heritage port and fishing port
  • Sheltered harbors from Audierne to La Pointe du Raz: Saint Evette, Pors Tarz, le Loc'h, Pors Loubous, Feunten Aod and Bestrée


  • Pointe du Raz and Pointe du Van
  • Baie des Trépassés and Port du Vorlen
  • Trescadec beach and Raoulic lighthouse
  • Ile de sein
  • Pors Poulhan
  • Cap de la Chèvre
  • Douarnenez Bay


  1. At the start of the day, discover the unmissable Pointe du Raz! It's a 40-minute round-trip walk from the obligatory parking lot (€6.5) to the Pointe.
  2. Just before the parking lot, stop off at Monsieur Papier in Plogoff, an ultra-cool café-paper shop with an incredible sea view.
  3. Continue your journey via the Baie des Trépassés and the port of Vorlen to the Pointe du Van.
  4. For lunch: discover Au pilleur d'épaves, a restaurant between the Pointe and the moulins de Trouguer, with a magnificent view of the Ile de Sein.
  5. After lunch and back in Audierne, laze on the Trescadec beach.
  6. Or enjoy a digestive stroll through the port, via the Capucins footbridge to the Raoulic lighthouse.
  7. In the early evening, share an aperitif and some tasty nibbles at the bar La Renverse (just above the Passerelle).
  8. Head back down a few steps to discover La Caravane Bleue's delicious crêpes, or simply enjoy some oysters and langoustines in the friendly atmosphere of the harbor at sunset.

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