Domaine du Scorff is happy to welcome you safely and has implemented a health protocol in accordance with government standards and FNHPA / UNAPAREL (professional unions)

The Domaine du Scorff is located in the heart of Brittany, close to the Forest of Pont Calleck, and less than 35 km from the coast.

Its privileged geographical location provides access to activities, entertainment and moments of relaxation unique in Brittany. We are also at your disposal to provide you with more information about the possibilities offered in the Heart of Brittany and the Scorff Valley.


The Bat Museum (1km)
Unique in France is a space given over entirely to bats enabling the public to find out more in an interactive, fun way about the life of this small creature which lives in a colony under the eaves of the neighbouring church.

Chez Dame Nature (11km)
This animal petting farm covering 9 hectares offers a relaxing walk and pleasant experience thanks to the rare animals and the miniature animals that you can close up to, feed and stroke.

Natural Park of Stérou (12km)
A unique site covering over 70 hectares, true nature experience in a reserve where over 100 deer live in the wild.

Lake Bel Air and Water Sports Centre (14km)
Set in a beautiful environment, at the Lac du Bel-Air you can combine the pleasures of water sports, angling or rambling.

The living Bee and the Ant Colony (16km)
You get to know those tiny creatures which people sometimes find a little scary.

The National Stud Farm of Hennebont (28km)
An integral part of Hennebont’s history for more than 160 years, it is a historic and prestigious site, recognised as one of the cradles of the imposing Breton draught horses.

Inter-Celtic Festival of Lorient (35km)
The Festival interceltique de Lorient, is held every year in Lorient, for 10 days in the first fortnight of August. It brings together dozens of groups from countries and regions of Celtic origin.

City of sailing Eric Tabarly (35km)
The City of sailing Eric Tabarly is a multimedia exhibition centre. This centre is the only tourist site in Europe dedicated to ocean racing. It is also the home port of most of Éric Tabarly’s Pen Duicks, which can be seen there during each of their stopovers in Lorient.


Les roches du diable (The Devil’s Rocks) (20km)
The site is not as bad as its name would like it to sound. When the sun plays in the foliage, it is even a paradise of chlorophyll and polished granite sculptures, rustling in the lively stream of water and the joyful chirping of birds.

Lake Guerledan (45km)
Tucked away in the hills of central Brittany, Lake Guerlédan stretches its entire length in the Blavet Valley. Each meander presents a different facet of its personalitye.

Les montagnes noires (40km)
The highest point in Morbihan, some say that Les Montagnes Noires owe their name to the dark schist of which composed. The moors, peat bogs and forest stretch as far as the eye can see.

Valley of the Saints (60km)
A Breton Easter Island which will eventually house 1000 monumental 4-metre high statues representing the Breton Saints.


Kernascléden Church (1km)
In the heart of Kernascléden, among the murals in the 15th century church, a true reference in the flamboyant Gothic architecture, one of the few remaining visible Danse Macabre is depicted.

Guéméné-sur-Scorff (13km)
Once the important seat of the Rohan-Guémené line, this Petite Cité de Caractère®, given heritage village status, invites you to wander down its quaint streets and alley ways to discover its medieval past when the village was a wealthy merchant town. A must : visit the castel ruins, a witness to this period in history which was marked by gernerations os visionary builders. Without forgetting the local specialty : l’andouille !!!

Le Faouët (16km)
The commune of Le Faouët is distinctive due to its rich architectural heritage. Built in the 15th century, in late Gothic flamboyant style, the chapel of Saint-Fiacre houses one of the oldest polychrome rood screens in Brittany. Built in the 15th century, at the request of Jean de Toulbodou, the chapel of Sainte-Barbe, high up on its rocky outcrop overlooks the Ellé river valley.

The Abbey Notre-Dame (19km)
The chapter house is an example of refined Gothic art, with its elegant lowered vault resting on slender pillar. You can also visit the African museum founded by the Fathers of the Holy spirit.

The Buddhist Centre (20km)
In the countryside near Plouray is a style of architecture which is rather unusual in central Brittany. The stupa, prayer wheel, its ornate meeting room and the peaceful atmosphere invite the visitor to linger and breathe in the tranquility.

The site of Locuon (21km)
Behind the church, a monumental granite staircase gives access to the little chapel of Notre-dame de la Fosse nestling in a former Gallo-Roman quarry.

Village of Poul-fetan (24km)
It is a village of thatched cottages entirely restored, retracing the daily life of the peasants in the 19th century.

Leisures at the station (32km)
The renovation of the old station in Guiscriff is a perfect example of how we’re preserving our heritage.

Rohan Castle in Pontivy (35km)
Built by the powerful Breton Rohan family in the 15th century, you cannot help but be impressed by the massive silhouette of the fortified castle of Pontivy.

Abbey de Bon Repos (40km)
On the banks of the Nantes-Brest canal, the Cistercian abbey of Bon-Repos welcomes you for a restorative, cultural and historical stopover in a superb environment: Quénécan forest, Daoulas gorges, covered alleys of Liscuis dating from 3000 years BC…
Without forgetting the sound and light show !!!

Port Louis (42km)
With its Vauban citadel, its fishing port and the navy museum, Port Louis is a must-see destination.

Pont-Aven « the city of painters » (55km)
Pont-Aven is certainly painting, just as Venice is romance, Rome is power and Salzburg is music…

Official website of the Tourist Office of Pays du Roi Morvan

Destination Cœur de Bretagne