Seaside resort in South Finistère, Bénodet is the ideal destination for a seaside holiday. Located on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean and at the mouth of the Odet, renowned as the most beautiful river in France, Bénodet enjoys a privileged location facing the Glénan archipelago.
With a strong natural and architectural heritage, Bénodet is to be discovered without further delay during your holidays in Brittany, with family or friends. Discover its beautiful villas by the sea, its churches, such as Notre-Dame de la Mer or Saint-Thomas located on the old port, its chapel of Perguet as well as its two lighthouses, indicating the entrance of the Odet, the lighthouse of Le Coq and the lighthouse of the Pyramid.
Passionate about hiking or water sports, you will be seduced by the richness of Bénodet’s activities. Perfectly equipped, the coastal path – part of the GR34 – will take you to the Bénodet ledge, from the marina to the Pointe Saint-Gilles, ideal for hiking or cycling.You can also simply enjoy its magnificent beaches and translucent waters to rest, or go and relax at the Spa Escale Wellbeing.
Sea lovers will be able to indulge in their favourite leisure activities in the Bay of Bénodet, during a trip by catamaran, kayak or kitesurf. You can also play a golf course (18 holes) at Golf de l’Odet.
The Casino de Bénodet is open all year round and just next door stands the Cinemarine cinema, which shows the latest films. During the season, Bénodet regularly offers activities, such as its free outdoor concerts at the Butte au Fort, its concerts in the Church of Saint-Thomas at the old port, its activities, such as the port festival, the Yoles festival, circuses, festnoz… for all ages, and all tastes, during the day or in the evening.
Take the pedestrian ferry to the old port to go to the other side of the Odet river, to Sainte-Marine, visit its small port and discover its path offering beautiful views of Bénodet. Near Bénodet, discover the architectural, historical and artistic wonders of South Brittany by visiting Quimper, Locronan, Concarneau and Pont-Aven. And why not discover the Bigouden country, on the other side of the Odet, its wild coast at Pointe de la Torche or its fishing ports such as Guilvinec.