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Your holiday in Névez
Your holiday in Névez

Your holiday in Névez

Névez is the dream destination in Southern Brittany for family holidays or summer vacation with your partner or with your friends. It is the opportunity to discover the must-sees of the village:  sandy beaches bordered by crystalline water, thatched houses hamlets of Kerascoët and Kercanic, harbours of Port Manec’h and Kerdruc, Standing Stones… To get the best of your holidays in Névez, follow the top 5 list suggested by the Tourist Office!

Discover Névez: 5 must-sees

Névez, seaside resort nestled in Southern Brittany between land and sea is the perfect destination for families and nature lovers. This idyllic and protected area between Pont-Aven and Concarneau will seduce you for a weekend or a  longer stay. Beaches, ports, tidal mill, hamlets of thatched houses and Standing Sttones, Névez harbours a good many surprises. Follow the guide…

1- The magnificent beaches of Névez 

Long sandy beaches or small coves stroked by crystalline water, it will be difficult to choose! Discover the beaches of Dourveil, Tahiti, Saint-Nicolas and Rospico, all of them certified “Pavillon Bleu” for the quality of their water and their seashore. Our pictures speak for themselves…

Beaches of Brittany
Beaches of Brittany

2- Névez, land of thatched houses...

Welcome to Névez, land of thatched houses! Explore the villages of thatched houses of Kerascoët and Kercanic. Discover the picturesque and typical breton hamlets made out of granite walls and thatch roofs. So authentic! 

 

3-... and of Standing Stones!

Along the pathways you might sometimes find granite Standing Stones, used for fences, lean-tos or houses. The oldest Standing Stones fence is located in the city centre of Névez right by the Tourist Office,  in the Mein Zao alley. Do not miss it if you are in the neighbourhood!

Standing Stones
A unique heritage in France!
Standing Stones

4- The typical harbours of Névez

At the bottom of the estuary spread out Névez ‘s harbours . Opt for the port of Kerdruc, a little traditional harbour nestled along the Aven or Port Manec’h with its red and white lighthouse, located at the mouth of the rivers Aven and Bélon. Have a nice visit! 

 

5- The tidal mill of the Hénan

Located in the area of the Hénan, along the Aven and the GR34, discover a tidal mill dating from the XVth century. It operated with the ebb and flow of the river fed by the tide and remains an exquisite historical monument. It is the perfect place for a family stroll in the shade of the trees and to discover its many birds species, such as herons or egrets!