Clohars-Carnoët has everything required for a successful holiday, nature and culture.
You will be seduced by Le Pouldu’s beaches and its spot to slide on the waves, as immortalised by the painters from Pont-Aven’s school of painting.
For lovers of Brittany, Doëlan port is an inescapable stopover.You will also appreciate the tranquillity of Saint-Maurice site, unspoilt by progress on the banks of the river Laïta.
The name Clohars-Carnoët comes from « clutuual » or « clouhal » and from Carnoët which signifies “a pile of stones”.
Places to visit :
- The House Museum of Le Pouldu, in Gauguin’s footsteps
- The Abbey site of Saint-Maurice
- The Chapels of Notre-Dame de la Paix, Saint-Maudet and Sainte-Anne en Doëlan
- Trogwal’s Church
- Kercousquet’s mill
- Doëlan’s lighthouses
- Le Pouldu’s semaphore
- Quinquis’ feudal mound
- Promontory fort
- Badinter media library
- “Ici wifi » Wi-Fi hotspot at the Tourist Office and at the harbour master of Le Pouldu and Doëlan
- Access to the Wi-Fi at the town hall and at the media library
- Play area
- Picnic area
Market days :
- All year round : On Saturdays on the Church square
- From 15 June to 15 September : Wednesday morning at Pouldu