Plozévet, Saint-Guénolé, Penmarc'h, Le Guilvinec, Lesconil,
Loctudy, Pont-l'Abbé, Combrit, Sainte-Marine.
For many years, artists have been attracted to the Pays Bigouden whether by
the lights, the colors of the fishing ports (Saint-Guenole & Penmarch) or the atmosphere of Audierne
Bay. It is without doubt a region which uniquely symbolizes Brittany.
The religious festivals "pardons" (Penhors) and the religious monuments (Tronoen) add to the quaint
nature of the region which charmed Daubigny, Lemordant and Jean Bazaine.
The Pays Bigouden house at Pont-l'Abbe depicts every day life in Cornouaille at the beginning of the
century, whilst Kerazan manor at Loctudy has on show a collection of canvases displayed in prestigious
Loctudy, Kerazan castle :
Pont l'Abbe road, 29750 Loctudy
Tel: 02 98 87 40 40, Fax: 02 98 87 43 83
Built in the 16th century, the Kerazan manor was handed down to the "Institut de France" in 1979 by
The main body of the residence has many features from its construction in
the 18th century, and hallmarks from the Second Empire including one wing
preserved in its natural state.
The museum contains a collection of paintings and art work representing a
wide range of art schools from the 16th to the 20th century.
Furniture and decor have been maintained therefore conserving the
characteristics of a lived in residence.
Temporary exhibitions take place in subsidiary buildings.
Open from Easter until 15th june every day from 10:30 to 19:00, from the
15th june until 31st august every day from 10:30 to 19:00 and from the 1st
september, every day except monday from 14:00 until 18:00.
Possibility of night visits.
Exhibitions in summer.
Group reservations available