Quiet country roads, snaking through a gently hilly, wooded landscape. Off-roading along the network of ancient bridle paths. For cyclists a place like this is perfect, so if you can, bring your bike. We have some bikes at Pont Neo, which you are welcome to use. Or, the closest bike rental place we found was a surf shop in Guidel Plage (about 40 minutes away) that hire bikes by the week. For four legs, you can go riding at Les écuries du Triskel at Le Faouët, at Haras de Cotonard near Le Pouldu or at Ty Nadan in nearby Loconolé.
If paddling in the stream or swimming at the beaches is just not enough for you, there are fancy swimming pools at the Aquapaq in Quimperlé, and at the Ty Nadan campsite, which is open to day visitors. This campsite is geared up for kids, and has facilities for other activities such as climbing, paintballing and quad-bike riding. Organise in advance to avoid disappointment and sulking! Alternatively, try the brilliant Zoo at Pont-Scorff.
The beaches at Le Pouldu are about a 30 minute drive away. However, there is a more leisurely alternative that involves stopping in Quimperlé and taking a kayak the rest of the way. The journey along the unspoilt La Laïta follows the tide to make it easy and takes you through the large forest de Carnoët to the mouth of the estuary. Training is given and everything's organised. It takes a few hours, but is considered no problem for any ability; a proper family adventure.
To compliment excellent local cuisine, there are excellent 18 hole golf courses at Quéven and Ploemeur Ocean, both just half an hour away. Should you need more diversions, Quimper, Pont Aven, Lorient and Concarneau offer a whole range interesting experiences; just walk into any Tourist Information office and ask. There are even a few casinos along the south coast, for example at Bénodet and at Quiberon.