1. A “slow camp” at the edge of the world
Embruns d’herbe – Plogoff
Have you ever slept in a straw house? A hemp eco-lodge? Or even in a room made from… sheep’s wool? At the extremity of Cap Sizun, Embruns d’herbe proposes very alternative accommodation. But not only! This « slow camp » at the edge of the world also offers a breath-taking view of the moors and the ocean. And a great deal of calm. Your neighbours here will be hens, horses and frogs, which have taken up residence in the garden’s biodiversity pond. An ethical retreat to recharge your batteries after a surfing session in Trépassés Bay. Between Pointe du Raz and Pointe du Van, its waves are a delight for beginners and seasoned surfers, all year round.