Benefiting from a charming environment, but also from remarkable light and an incredibly mild climate, Pont-Aven has inspired illustrious painters, such as Paul Gauguin and Paul Sérusier. This place is indeed charming, with its river, the Aven, decorated with delightful small bridges and former water mills. The banks of the Aven, dotted with trees and flowers, are the ideal place for a peaceful walk. Still today, Pont-Aven attracts numerous artists and art galleries.
This small town is also known for its traditionally made galettes (butter biscuits).
Evoking Pont-Aven is call:
A bustling city, full of charm in the hollow of the green valley of Aven. It is "Bro Goz Milinou ar" an old country mills. Since the Middle Ages, a popular saying is true "Pont-Aven, renowned City, 14 mills, 15 houses."
A marina at the bottom of the estuary, where sea air meets the light of the campaign. Since the late Middle Ages, the port Pont-Aven is a must for traders of wines, salt, cereals, potatoes and granite. Today, small marina sheltered at the bottom of the estuary, it has become a tourist stop.
A village in the face motley whose painting is the center of attraction. It is "Baradoz year Arzu" artist's paradise. City of painters since 1865, Pont-Aven is inseparable from the story of Paul Gauguin and his friends. Featuring a museum, workshops of artists municipal and many private places of exposure, Pont-Aven is firmly rooted in his artistic vocation.
Immediately recognizable by their delicacy and their inimitable taste, the cakes that are part of the culinary heritage of Pont-Aven. Since 1890, the chips and burgers are the gourmets and two biscuits perpetuate ancestral culinary tradition.
Nearby: sailing, golf, floral park, beaches, swimming pool, cinema ...