5 pm – An art exhibition
Saint-Briac-sur-Mer regularly organises art exhibitions in the Halles exhibition room, old presbytery and town hall. From paintings to sculptures and photographs, open your eyes wide and let yourself be transported by the artworks of local and international artists. All the exhibitions are in our online what’s on guide. Take a look!
The Maison des artistes en exil hosts international artists in residence and organises exhibitions and workshops.
Saint-Briac-sur-Mer is a commune which focuses on art and culture. It plays host to many art galleries; don’t hesitate to take a peek inside and unearth their riches.
7 pm – A drink at Hotel Le Nessay
Enjoy the light at the end of the day on the terrace of Hotel Le Nessay. On its peninsula, Nessay Castle overlooks Saint-Briac Bay and you can see the Cap Fréhel peninsula in the distance.
Get together with friends or family for one of the bar’s signature cocktails, with names that will take you on a journey, like Tonnerre de Zeus, Mariposa and Lady Fleming.
Don’t forget to take a tour of the castle grounds, which offer a 360° view of the Emerald Coast and the pretty villas of Saint-Briac-sur-Mer.
8 pm – A gourmet meal at Le Rusty
To enjoy the seafood specialities of our aera of Brittany, we recommend a good place in Saint-Briac-sur-Mer: Le Rusty. Nestled in a discreet, traditional Breton house, Le Rusty doesn’t stand out at first glance, and yet! It’s worth a visit to sample their seafood specialities and other local produce. The garden offers a warm setting for dinner with family or friends.