Jodwochenende in Bénodet der Bretagne 2n/1n
during a weekend, get away to discover the Glenan archipelago in south Britany, wonderful Breton lagoon with shades of turquoise blue.
After one hour boat trip you arrive on Saint -Nicolas island for a free stop-over where you enjoy white sandy beaches, clear water and the pedestrian path for a walk around this small island. Then, you get on board for the discovery of the archipelago with an englsih guide speaking. during one hour you will see all the others islands of the archipelago. Penfret, Guiriden, Bananec, Drenec, … open your eyes and listen many stories of this uninhabited peaceful place.
During the evening, you settle in a hotel ** or *** of Benodet or of Cap Coz at Fouesnant, where you will be served a dinner (excluding drinks) and breakfast.
When you will be back in Benodet, you will install in the room of your hotel** or*** for a night on half board base (diner, night and breakfast).
The next day, you visit by yourself the Museum of Benodet „Bord de Mer“ and its exhibition about the seaside heritage from the beginning of the last century. Furthermore, the little train of Benodet welcome you for a city tour.
The price includes
The night, dinner (excluding drinks) and breakfast in hotel ** or ***of Benodet. The cruise Discovery of the Glenan Islands (return trip, free stop-over on Saint-Nicolas Island and commented cruise of the archipelago), the stroll on little Train and the visit of the Museum of Benodet.
Tourist tax is not included (to be paid directly to the host)..
Period of validity
From April 1st to July 8th and from August 18th to September 22nd, 2019.
During your booking online, select the day of your CRUISE. You can discover the Glenan Islands the first day or the second day of your stay.
Offer the Bon Plan Côté Mer in Gift Boxes!
Order a Gift Box by phone and receive it at your home under 48 hours*. The gift bag is valid during the season 2019 (see validity dates mentioned above). Your guests will contact us to choose the date of their stay.
*period on an indicative basis