A aber is primarily an estuary ! It is an ancient river valley invaded by the sea about 7000 years ago. Aber is a word of Celtic origin.
Unlike the fjords, the abers were dug not by a glacier but by a river. Our region has three : Aber Wrac'h, Aber Benoît and Aber Ildut further south-west.
Follow us for a visit...
The beaches of the « dunes sainte-marguerite » , the bay of angels.
For a unique and stunning views, go up to the semaphore behind the hotel.
Go visite the lighthouse of the Virgin Islan, the ideal place.
Known for being the tallest lighthouse in Europe with 82,50 meters, the great lighthouse stands proudly 2km from the coast on a small uninhabited island.
With its 65 km of coastline, the Abers coastline is one of the most beautiful and original of the Brittany.
Start with water sports (catamaran, windsurfing, optimist, surfing...) with our partner.
For your family outings « Océanopolis » and the « Récré des 3 curés » are just few minutes from the hotel.
The Museum of the Navy in the Brest castle will delight all lovers of Breton heritage.
« Le Vioben » : In a neat and contemporary setting. A cooking that sublimates all the fish and seafood caught by the boat « Le vioben ». Ormeaux des Abers on the menu.
« L'écailler des Abers » : Seafood (to eat in or take away) in a pleasantly decorated marine environment. With speciality the real « Poêlée des pêcheurs » made by J-L Robin.
« L'étoiles des mers » : Located at the beginning of the port , this crêperie restaurant proproses specialty from here and elsewhere but also suggestions of the moment for lovers of fish and homemade desserts.
« La Palue » : This restaurant offers a varied menu ranging from pizza their speciality but also traditional cuisine in a cozy atmosphere.
« Le pot de beurre » : Here, everything is homemade ! In a colorful atmosphere, come anddiscover a traditional and seasonal cuisine. Covered and heated patio.
« Le Captain » : Ideally located in front of the sea in a convivial atmosphere, discover a Breton menu of crêpes specialty, mussels, recommended by the « guide du routard » since 2000.
« L'auberge du pont » : Discover this restaurant formerly a tidal mill welcoming and view on the abers. With traditional specialties such as « la poêlée des pêcheurs », « la poêlée paysanne », and original recipes in caterer.