Concarneau

Concarneau, fortified town of Concarneau Finistère is part of the well known cities of Britain, among the steps not to miss on the south coast of Finistère: with its City-Close set on a small island at the bottom of a protected bay, Concarneau resembles indeed any other. These ramparts were built by Vauban, the old streets appear to have remained intact, to the delight of visitors ... In addition to the friendly heritage Concarneau put on his other historical asset: the sea! A fishing port, but coves and beaches present in the direct vicinity of the small town ... to see and do: the inevitable visit of http://www.cityzeum.com/ville-de -concarneau Ville Close (in season, choose your hours to avoid the crowds!). The beach and leisure are on the program: swimming, sailing and windsurfing, kayaking and other water sports. Cruises has from Concarneau kind getaway on the side of the reserve of the archipelago Glénan. Festivals and major events Concarneau Festival of Blue Nets: a festival that dates back to 1905, this festival has grown to become major events in the region, with dances, stage costume, animations, for a small plunge in full Breton culture every year in August. Where to stay? An offer rather varied, concentrated in the city center, with facilities also close to beaches. 2-3 star hotels, guest houses, holiday rentals, campgrounds, but also a hostel ... Reserve early in the season. Identity Population: over 20,000 inhabitants Department: Finistere Postal code: 29900 Links Website of the tourist office http://www.tourismeconcarneau.fr/ Conc