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Locronan is one of the most beautiful villages in France that seduces old stones lovers and has inspired numerous artists. You will be amazed by its architectural heritage: the Saint-Ronan Church, the central place with granite houses, the chapel…

Locronan, one of the most beautiful villages of France

The visit of Locronan is an essential stop during your holidays in the Sunêlia l’Escale Saint-Gilles campsite. This Small Town of Character, typical from Brittany, will seduce you with its authenticity and its narrow spaces. Admire the richness of its architectural heritage, and its historical monuments: the imposing Saint-Ronan Church located on the main place, the cobblestones, the granite houses, the chapel…  Locronan welcomes hundred thousand of visitors every year looking for a page of history written on the walls of the little city.

Crédit photo : Yannick Le Gal

Locronan, village of craftsmen and shopkeepers

Have a stroll through Locronan and its narrow alleys and discover the numerous crafts shops: glasswork, ceramics, leather and tin ware objects, cutlery industry, weaving, embroidery, lace, sailor suits, art photo gallery, clockmaker, or souvenir shops with typical objects such as the Henriot earthenware factory…

On the main place, you will be able to taste local products, such as the kouign amann, the Breton cake (gâteau breton), delicatessen, wines, ciders, and other local drinks. And what about having a break and trying one of Locronan restaurant or creperies, in a unique and authentic setting?

Crédit photo : Yannick Le Gal

Locronan, a conservation area

The Mountain of Locronan located in the heart of the Black Mountains (“Les Montagnes Noires“) is also a conservation area. 
And what about having a walk through the forest? Indeed, Locronan is the ideal starting point for hiking through the Nevet Wood! This unique excursion takes you through an impressive landscape and offers you great views of the bay of Douarnenez, the Cape of the Goat (cap de la Chèvre), and the summit of those mountains: the Menez Hom.

Crédit photo : Yannick Le Gal