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Finding your dream hotel in Paimpol is a breeze when you use We have used our travel expertise to create a brilliant list of Paimpol Hotels for you to choose from. Here you will be able to find accommodation suitable for your budget and tastes, no matter what they are. Whether you are planning a surprise romantic weekend away or a long family holiday, this is the place to look. We accompany all of our listings of Paimpol Hotels with photos and with reviews from previous guests, so that you can get a really good idea of what each accommodation option is like. With its beautiful beaches and quaint historical streets, Paimpol is a wonderful holiday destination.

What's Paimpol Like?

One of the key landmarks in Paimpol is its stunning harbour; whether you are keen to go out sailing for yourself or just want a scenic stroll, this is well worth a visit. History lovers should be sure to visit the Abbaye de Beauport, which is a gorgeous old twelgth century Abbey. There are three other picturesque churches in the region that are certainly worth visiting too: the chapels of Ste Barbe, Lanvignec and Kergrist. One very charming idea for a day trip is to take the 10 minute ferry ride down to L'île de Bréhat, which is a small rocky outcrop in the sea, and explore the amazing views and beaches there. With plenty of shops to browse here, and atmospheric night markets out on the streets, Paimpol is a great place for eating, drinking, and shopping. Every other year, it is home to a sea shanty chanting festival (or Fête des chants de marin), so why not time your visit to coincide with that?

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Paimpol

When you are out strolling through Paimpol, sometimes there can be an overwhelming variety of treats on display. So why not learn about the traditional cuisine of Brittany, so that you have a few things that you can home in on at any cafe or market stall? Ordering these local delicacies is sure to be a hit with local stallholders too. Why not start with the Kougin Amann, which is a slow cooked buttery cake traditional to the Breton region? The Kougin is delicious with a cup of coffee or a glass of milk, or just by itself. The team at have an extensive knowledge of Paimpol; we are experts on everything from the gastronomy to the attractions of this region. Make the most of our expertise by booking one of our Paimpol Hotels!