Reception of people with disabilities
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La Forêt-Fouesnant is a classified tourist resort which wants to become a destination suitable for all audiences.
The main beach of La Forêt-Fouesnant is equipped with a Tiralo and sea horse which are available from the firefighters at the first aid station in July and August; and on request from the Town Hall 02 98 56 96 55 the rest of the year.
The nautical center of Kerleven
The turn of theforest cove, which connects the town and the ports, can be done in a wheelchair. Be careful on the path on the Golf de Cornouaille side, the path has some tree roots.
At La Forêt-Fouesnant, the Verdure Theater of Peniti located near the Place de la Baie offers free shows of Breton dances or Celtic music concerts every Wednesday at 21 p.m. in July and August. Spaces for people in wheelchairs are available at the bottom of the stands facing the stage.
Le The Nautile Cultural Center welcomes people with reduced mobility.
The market takes place all year round on Sunday morning on the Place de la Baie.
A night market takes place in Port-La-Forêt in July and August from 18 p.m.
The municipality of La Forêt-Fouesnant has accessible toilets:
- Bay Square,
- Near the cemetery
The tourist office
Since moving in March 2021 into a whole new premises, the staff of the La Forêt-Fouesnant tourist office is in an active process to put everything in place to best accommodate all people with disabilities.
Since March 2021, the staff of the tourist office can welcome its visitors in a spacious and pleasant space suitable for people with motor disabilities.
A parking space Disabled is located in the immediate vicinity of the tourist office.
La reception desk allows 2 stay advisers to accommodate visitors who are standing or in wheelchairs.
A magnetic loop is available to the hearing impaired.
Staff trained or in training
The provisional staff plan provides for the training of the members of the reception team. Currently:
- 3 staff members followed the training “welcoming people with disabilities” Level 1
- 1 member of staff has taken level 2 training in “welcoming people with disabilities”
The Tourism and Handicap Association
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