Rent a charming gîte in a 17th century estate in the Armorique Regional Natural Park, Le DOMAINE de LINGUINOU, rated 4 stars by the Regional Tourism Committee, family destination par excellence, brings together 3 luxury residences, in a small village of Finistère, firmly anchored for 300 years at the foot of the Monts d'Arrées. Domaine de Linguinou, charming gîtes Finistère, charming gîtes Brittany, charming gîtes Commana, charming gîte Monts d'Arrée, gîtes Finistère swimming pool, holiday rental Finistère swimming pool, charming holiday rental Finistère, charming holiday rental Brittany

Your activities around

Discover Finistère

Beyond their character and high-end standing, the Monts d'Arrée cottages also shine with their location, ideal for exploring the Armorique Regional Natural Park and Finistère.

Fully rested, you'll be tempted to uncover the secrets of Brittany: Morlaix Bay to the north, Crozon Peninsula to the west, Pays Bigouden to the south, Huelgoat Forest to the east... So many wild and picturesque landscapes to discover within an hour's drive from the Domaine de Linguinou.

Nature

The Armorique Geopark

The Armorique Geopark, labeled Geopark, is a vast territory made up of the Iroise Sea islands, the Crozon Peninsula, the Aulne Maritime, and the Monts d'Arrée.

125,000 hectares of wild landscapes is a real playground for nature lovers and hiking enthusiasts. For your excursions on foot, but also by bike, horseback, or boat, 500 km of trails allows you to explore this natural environment.

The Armorique Geopark
Sport & nature

Hiking in the Monts d'Arrée

The Domaine de Linguinou is precisely located at the heart of this park, at the foot of the Monts d'Arrée.

From the cottages, you can set off to explore and discover breathtaking panoramas. We've even put together a guide to the most beautiful hikes around Commana, including the Roch Trévelez.

Don't miss the interesting visits to the two ecomuseums of the Monts d'Arrée: the Kerouat mill in Commana and the Cornec house in Saint-Rivoal.

Hiking in the Monts d'Arrée
Family, relaxation & fishing

Lake Drennec

Just 10 minutes' walk away from the estate, Lake Drennec is a small paradise for children, but also for fishermen!

A 110-hectare equipped water body will seduce you with its beauty and exceptional serenity. Swimming, walking around the lake, nautical activities, and 1st category fishing are among the many possible activities.

Lake Drennec
Nature

Huelgoat Forest

Also within the Armorique Regional Natural Park, the mysterious forest of Huelgoat is quite worth the trip.

This forest exudes a very special atmosphere, both soothing and intriguing, multifaceted and fascinating with its trees with twisted branches, its legends, and its rocky chaos.
Welcome to our mythical Brittany!

Huelgoat Forest
Culture

Fonds Hélène and Édouard Leclerc

Located in the city center of Landerneau, in the former Capuchin monastery, the Fonds Hélène and Édouard Leclerc for culture have become, in a few years, a must-visit cultural spot in Finistère.

Dive into the discovery of contemporary art through exciting exhibitions!
 

Fonds Hélène and Édouard Leclerc
History & Heritage

Churchyards

The churchyards offer a religious and historical vision of Brittany. Typical to the local villages, these monuments built between the 15th and 17th centuries are true architectural gems.

On February 18, 2022 in Saint-Thégonnec, the Department of Finistère launched the application for the Finistère parish enclosures on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Stone lovers will be deeply seduced by these masterpieces that compete in magnificence with Morlaix and Brest.

In the surroundings of Domaine de Linguinou, we highlight the locations of Sizun and Saint-Trégonnec. Not to be missed.
 

Churchyards
Sea & Heritage

Morlaix bay

On the Pink Granite Coast, between Léon and Trégor, Morlaix bay offers a remarkable landscape dotted with islands and islets. The panoramas are breathtaking, merging nature and historical heritage.

The Château du Taureau, a watchtower of Morlaix bay and fort at sea, remains a must see.
World’s unique half-timbered houses, an island accessible on foot, a former prison opened to the public, huge churches, and 100% Breton gastronomy… You will be conquered by Morlaix bay!

Morlaix bay
Sea

The North Coast of Finistère

From Brest to the Pointe Saint-Mathieu, along the Iroise Sea, the coast is carved into “abers” estuaries and capes, drawing a wild landscape with a sinuous coastline.

The north of Finistère reveals a fantastic palette of colors, a rough sea, turquoise beaches, picturesque villages, and ports unveiling the history of an authentic Brittany, of fierce beauty.

Head towards the discreet Brittany, and the too-often-forgotten city of Brest: Océanopolis or the Capucins will move you.

The North Coast of Finistère
Gastronomy

Breton Markets and Restaurants

How can we talk about Brittany without mentioning its gastronomy?

Your hosts will indeed be delighted to guide you through the Morlaix market and introduce you to local organic producers.

Brittany is a land of rich and varied products: vegetables, fruits, meats, cheeses, cereals, fish and shellfish are all Breton specialties that delight the taste buds.

You will be able to enjoy them in one of the many gourmet and Michelin-starred restaurants of the region.
 

Breton Markets and Restaurants