At Vergers de kiwi, you will find a plethora of fresh and natural produce. As its name indicates, you can buy organic kiwis but also jam and nectars: they are sold directly on the property (20 flavours).
But Vergers de kiwi also includes regularly organised activities and produce tasting sessions.
If you want to get moving in an original and pleasant way, go to SeaFitness. You can try out several sports like fitness in the ocean and on the beach, water gym, cardio training, stretching and beach yoga. The sea water lets you work out differently and its benefits are proven.
Each session is built around 3 stages, with a warm-up on the beach, a 50 minute to 1 hour training session in the water and stretching at the end of the session to make recovery easier.
In Fouesnant, a 650 metre path has been designed in a remarkable natural site: the Penfoulic wood, property of the Conservatoire du littoral. This path is accessible to everyone. Head off on the discovery of trees, plants, smells, bird song, etc.
The nature trail of Penfoulic crosses the wood of the same name, follows the stream of Pen Al Len and leads to the Maison des Marais. It is located in the heart of a vast 30 hectare space.
Beg Meil is a renowned seaside resort. A peninsula surrounded to the east by the Baie de La Forêt and to the south by the Atlantic ocean. it is a locality of Fouesnant. At Beg-Meil point, the beach of the Dunes is one of the most legendary of Fouesnant-les Glénan.
Here also, there's no risk of brushing up against someone else's parasol, there is space to sunbathe at peace or have fun by the sea. You will come across a very diverse group of holiday makers: this is also part of the magic of Fouesnant-les Glénan, everyone feels at ease there.
The coastline of Fouesnant is perfect for both relaxation and active leisure activities! Coves, pine forests and beaches make the days more beautiful.
From Beg-Meil point to that of Cap Coz, the coast is exposed to the wind from all directions, always offering a sheltered sandy corner and wonderful strolls.
South facings at the bottom of the bay of La Forêt, the Cap Coz beach is protected from the wind by the Beg-Meil point. On this pleasant family beach, you can devote yourself to B>sea swimming and at low tide, head off in search of winkles, cockles, etc.