In order to preserve our destination, the travel advisers inform visitors/residents about the destination's commitments to sustainable development as well as the steps to take to take full advantage of this natural heritage. This awareness is also present in the various promotional media (magazine – thematic leaflet, etc.).

Exceptional natural sites

Fouesnant-les Glénan is above all exceptional natural sites and more than 300 ha of protected natural areas (Glénan Archipelago, marshes or Polder de Mousterlin, Mer blanche, Bois de Penfoulic). This natural heritage is the subject of various preservation programs. To appreciate the beauty of our landscapes while respecting the environment, the UNWTO has a space dedicated to raising awareness of fragile environments.

Sweet connections

Opting for slow tourism to discover Fouesnant-les Glénan by traditional or electric bike or on foot is possible and even recommended. In this context, our travel advisors recommend:

  • To take the 7 cycle loops (70 km of circuits) to discover the territory on two wheels and reach Beg-Meil, Cap-Coz, Mousterlin or the city centre.
  • To join the coastal cycle route to go to the territories of the west or the east of Cornouaille.
  • To test our cycle paths or equipped which cross the territory of Fouesnant and which extend to that of the Community of communes of the Fouesnantais Country (bicycle diagram)
  • To walk on the long-distance footpath (GR34) which runs along the coast
  • To discover the 100 km of walks in Fouesnant-les Glénan.

public transport

Our team proposes to borrow (depending on the season), the bus lines (lines 41 – 41B – 42 – 48). They allow visitors to discover the territory or reach nearby destinations. To come and move on the territory there are several formulas: bus, taxi, VTC or carpooling, …

Sustainable development of the territory

Fouesnant-les Glénan is also committed to preserving our environment. Labeled  "Blue Flag" for the quality of its bathing waters, implementation of the sorting of waste, adjustments relating to the regulations on pre-signs, the town has been pursuing a policy for several years in favor of sustainable tourism development.

Publications (magazine, island stopover, etc.)