During your holiday at the Hortensias campsite in South Finistère, you will discover Loctudy, a very family-friendly seaside resort with many assets. Just a stone's throw from the campsite, by taking the GR 34 path you will walk along a coast dotted with beautiful villas, lighthouses such as the Langoz lighthouse or the "tourelle des Perdrix" which marks the entrance to the port between Loctudy and Ile Tudy.
Activities around Loctudy
Loctudy offers a wide range of nautical activities: the marina situated at the mouth of the river Pont l'Abbé, in front of Ile Tudy, offers motor or sailboat hire, sea trips, jet skiing, accompanied sea fishing, sailing courses and regattas.
At the Nautical Centre of Loctudy at the beach of Langoz, you can learn to sail on windsurf, catamaran in group lessons for children and adults, or rent equipment such as kayak, paddle...
Heritage and gastronomy in Loctudy
As far as heritage is concerned, there are a large number of small chapels scattered throughout the town, such as St Oual, located near the Hortensias campsite, St Quido, Notre Dame des Croix, as well as the parish enclosure and the Romanesque church dedicated to Saint Tudy. If you take a bike ride along the sunken paths you will discover numerous wash houses and fountains in the village.
To be visited: The Manoir de Kerazan is a seigneurial residence in the Pays Bigouden dating from the 16th century. Very well restored and preserved, the Manoir de Kerazan offers visits of its interior with its original furnishings, the outbuildings, the wooded park and the farm.
In project: The Museum of the Canning Factory LE GALL in Loctudy. The restoration of the former sardine cannery in Loctudy, the last active on the Bigouden coast, is underway in order to offer a museography retracing the industrial activity thanks to numerous objects and materials found on site in their original state.
On the gastronomy side, don't miss out on tasting the famous Demoiselle de Loctudy, fresh langoustine landed at the fishing port, the fish of the coastal fishing. Without forgetting the local lichouseries, Breton cake, pancakes, kuigns bigoudènes...
OPEN MARKET on Tuesday morning under the market hall, Place de la Mairie.