On the coast road of the great Trez beach, a red carpet is rolled out on the ground taking you to the Bénodet Casino. At the heart of the seaside resort, take a chance on one of the 94 slot machines, regularly updated, in order to keep up with the latest trends.
For fans of strategy, 9 poker videos and 5 electronic English roulette wheels let you refine your game. In the evening, the Café des sports clears the tables to make space for a dance floor and artists take over the premises.
In Pays fouesnantais, come and take part in the confection of the most gourmet Breton pastries: the essential kouign amann, but also Breton cake, Far Breton, biscuits (palets, galettes, madeleines, etc.) and "lichouseries": caramels, honeys, jams, etc. All made from extra-fresh churned butter and Breton ingredients!
The shop also offers a choice of local produce and alcohols (chouchens, ciders, etc.) ! Treat yourself!
Come and discover the mouth of the Odet. The water is transparent and you will have the impression you are in a real lagoon. Stroll and admire the marine bird species. The course of the Odet is marked by the crossing of the Gorges du Stangala, a tourist host spot visited by hikers and kayakers.
The Odet's source is in the heart of the Black Mountains. The river snakes through the Cornouaille countryside.
Fans of crepes will be delighted by this crêperie which offers a wide choice of savoury and sweet crepes.
As well as the gourmet delights, the place is a very pleasant setting, notably due to the nearby quay of Les Vedettes de l'Odet, but also due to the simplicity of the establishment, which, not being burdened by extravagances, favours a friendly character.
At the Site de la Mer blanche, you can see a wonderful biodiversity but also a patchwork of landscapes. The lagoon is divided on the north side, where as the north west part is a part of the resort of Bénodet.
The eastern part forms a bog rarely submerged. This site is a real attraction for tourists, but also the locals, who regularly go to bathe in this Site de la Mer blanche.