A romantic weekend in Iroise


Romantic weekend

Surprise the one you love with an island getaway, a candlelit dinner or a seaside break with the sky on fire. Exceptional hotels, perfect for a cocooning weekend, will make your stay unforgettable.


Iroise, from lighthouses to islands

For lovers

From solid lighthouses that guide us to fragile islands that attract us, the Iroise changes our relationship with nature. It offers us pure emotions that are even more intense when experienced by two!



Live a starry Iroise dream by choosing a sea-view room in an exceptional establishment. A duo massage in the wellness area and a candlelit dinner in the gourmet restaurant will complete your stay...

A massage at the Hôtel Sainte-Barbe in Le Conquet
Hotel Sainte-Barbe & Spa


Relaxation bubble

Massages and treatments

Spa, jacuzzi, marine treatments... the Pays d'Iroise's Michelin-starred hotels welcome their guests and visitors in beautiful spaces overlooking the sea, where well-being is the key word. For two, you'll be completely pampered! Various institutes also offer à la carte treatments and massages. 

Enjoy a magnificent sunset in the heart of the Pays d'Iroise!


Romantic sunset

Where to see it?

The west side of the Iroise offers the most beautiful sunsets. Sitting on the rocks or in the hollow of a dune, whenthe sky sets ablaze, the spectacle is breathtaking.Where tosee it?

  1. Kermorvan peninsula
  2. Corsen Beach
  3. Beg ar Vir peninsula
  4. Saint-Laurent peninsula
  5. Route côtière de Landunvez


Sea view restaurants

What could be more romantic than a dinner overlooking the sea, followed by a stroll along the water's edge? Here are a few good addresses.

Eugénie Ragot


Ushant Island

Away from it all

Just 1h15 by boat from Le Conquet, the island of Ouessant offers a change of scenery. With its footpaths and wild landscapes opening onto infinity, the island of five lighthouses leaves no one indifferent!

Kerloas menhir in Plouarzel


The Kerloas menhir

For an unusual moment, head to the heart of the Plouarzel countryside, home to the highest menhir in the world. Until the 19th century, newlyweds would go to the foot of the Kerloas menhir to rub against its two bumps in the hope of a happy marriage. Are you superstitious?


Just walking around

On foot, by bike, by boat, by paddle... a romantic stroll is fabulous!