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Where the Odet River meets the Atlantic Ocean in western France is the city of Benodet. For decades the town has been one of the most popular cities in the region with its inviting beaches. The town offers several beaches to chose from whether you're looking to avoid the crowds, explore rock pools, or just catch every available ray of sun you can. Boat trips are also available, either up the Odet River or to the nearby Glenan Islands. However long you enjoy this oceanside town, staying in a Venere recommended hotel will help may your stay as comfortable as possible. With accommodations ranging from one to five stars, you're sure to find the Benodet hotels that will fit your needs and budget. So book now, grab your swim trunks and sunglasses, and bask in the beauty of Benodet with Venere.

What's Benodet Like?

Benodet's most popular beach, known as Trez Beach, is family friendly and filled with long stretches of gorgeous golden sand. Naturally, it draws plenty of people as well. Fortunately, if you're ready for some time away from the crowds, the area around Benodet offers several quieter, less crowded alternatives such as Kermoor, Beg Meil, and Mousterlin. The Saint-Gilles beach is renown for its rock pools while Phare de Coq beach catches the last few rays of sun before it sets over the ocean. Day trips to the nearby Glenan Islands are popular choices for those looking to eschew the beaches for the day as are trips up the Odet River which has earned the reputation for being, "the most beautiful river in France." Lastly, boats are available for hire that will take you across the harbor to the nearby village of Sainte Marine.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Benodet

Perched on the Atlantic coast, seafood is a common dish in Benodet. Crustaceans, sea bass, monkfish, and herring are all popular here. The nearby region of Normandy is home to several apple orchards and many dishes include the fruit as well as many types of cider and Calvados, a type of apple brandy. As you'd expect, French is the native language in Benodet, and locals always appreciate it when visitors initiation conversation in their native language. For as long as you play along Benodet's beaches, returning to a Venere hotel will make for a perfect end to your day. Venere proudly offers high resolution photos of every hotel offered as well as independent reviews from previous visitors so you'll know exactly what you're purchasing. To book, visit Venere online or download their smartphone mobile app for exclusive deals.