Lorient Travel Guide

Articles about Lorient

By Travelandleisure.com Staff

Hotels in Lorient

If you’re looking for a deal that doesn’t sacrifice style, check in to this eight-suite property. Inspired by the luxury liner Normandie, the look is old-world nautical chic: wood and metal furniture; portholed doors; leather lounge chairs in the bar.

Restaurants in Lorient

La Petite Colombe, a neighborhood patisserie in Lorient (with locations in Gustavia and Colmbier, too), specializes in freshly baked breads and pastries including French baguettes, croissants, and pain au chocolat (a croissant-like pastry with chocolate).

Things to do in Lorient

Down the coast from St.-Jean, this quiet crescent is popular with locals and surfers.