Call us on +33 2 97 847 800
Inzinzac, formerly Isnisac, Lochrist de Locus Christis
The village of Inzinzac-Lochrist is one of the lungs of the greater Lorient area: the forest of Trémelin, 750 hectares, the landscaped gardens of Bunz, 7 hectares, the island of Locastel, 2 hectares, the white-water park on the river Blavet and 30 km of signposted paths make for great nature holidays. The town grew in 1860 with the installation of the ironworks on the banks of the Blavet, producing tin plate and sheet metal for the growing vegetable and fish canning industry in south Brittany. Closed in 1966, the factory today houses the ecomuseum Les Forges, in memory of Breton industrial history. Today, Inzinzac-Lochrist is a great place for a stay: ideal for a family holiday, walking or canoeing.
Retraces the extraordinar history of the Hennebont ironworks which was the biggest industrial site in Brittany (1860-1966) and employed almost 3000 workers.
- The forest of Trémelin covers 700 hectares and is the largest in the greater Lorient area.
- Kerglaw chateau: formerly the manor house for the ironworks which today houses a library overlooking the river Blavet and with gardens open to the public.
- The Bunz estate has a wide variety of wild trees and flowers.* *
- The local greater Lorient area Producers' market on Saturday morning opposite the town hall (unique market in Brittany).
- Le Vulcain, cinema association.
- The white-water park offers canoe excursions from a half-day to several days, a special course for kayaks and a white-water stadium with adjustable water flow.
- The Ouest-France 24-hour Kayak tournament: 800 participants on the water watched by 10 000 spectators.
- Noces Bretonnes, in the 2nd weekend in July in Kermat, Penquesten.
- The Lochrist Guinguette on the island of Locastel in the last weekend of July: dancing until late in the night... Food served on site.
- All festivities and events in Inzinzac-Lochrist
Fancy a stay? Find accommodation in Inzinzac-Lochrist
Your are looking for a shop or a service ?