LES RIVES DU TER
CHARMING HOTEL IN SOUTH BRITTANY
Are you looking for inspiration for your stay? Discover Southern Brittany with our suggestions for activities...
A privileged seaside village in the south of Brittany, Larmor-Plage has always been a source of delight, amazement, attachment and enchantment. With its large sandy beaches, its unique heritage, its water sports facilities and its many cultural activities, both locals and tourists appreciate this town where numerous shops, in the centre of the town, enliven the streets and the hearts of the inhabitants.
Larmor-Plage has also a rich and diversified maritime heritage, with sumptuous seaside villas and old port infrastructures. A seaside village of great wealth, loved, admired and very popular with tourists.
In this preserved and still atypical setting, everything is worth the stay. Don't miss the opportunity to taste Breton specialities in one of the many restaurants or small guinguettes that can be found on the seafront or, further upstream, inland.
Our teams offer you an ever-growing selection of experiences to discover, live and share.
Nature is omnipresent around our hotel and you can enjoy a wide variety of landscapes and natural activities.
Walk around the pond of the Ter :
You can first walk around the Ter pond and enjoy the natural environment it offers. Two walks of 4km and 7km are accessible to the whole family (also possible with a pushchair) and last about 1h30. There is a wealth of wildlife, including cormorants, egrets, gulls and ducks. There are also playgrounds and picnic tables for a break.
If you want to see the ocean and breathe the sea air, the nearest beach is called "Plage de Toulhars", only 4 km from the hotel. It is a family beach with a pedestrian promenade and small buildings that make up the town of Larmor-Plage.
Coastal bike ride:
If you prefer coastal scenery, we recommend the seaside walk from Larmor-Plage to Guidel-Plage. You can then go the other way around or go inland or back to the hotel.
Rando " Bretagne Sud " :
Discover more than 300 km of walks that cover the 25 communes of Lorient (GR34 routes). Designed to represent the great diversity of landscapes, there is something for all tastes, all levels and all seasons. You can download all the itineraries from the Lorient tourist office website.
Cité de la Voile Eric Tabarly
A sumptuous, entertaining and oceanographic museum to discover sailing and ocean racing through the eyes of the late great sailor. With films, documentaries and games, take the helm of Pen Duick VI and cast off!
Ramparts of Hennebont :
Rehabilitated after the Second World War and classified as a historical monument, the Remparts of Hennebont, together with its castle, offer visitors a true panorama of the town and its history, not far from the stud farm, with its superb view of the mountains and the unique beauty of its site.
Located in Larmor Plage Centre, for an evening out with friends or family, the Casino awaits you with no less than 100 state-of-the-art slot machines, black Jack, English roulette and electronic roulette tables. A great way to have fun for an evening, with a superb brasserie and a restaurant facing the ocean to keep your strength up.