The zoo of Quinquis is a unique place where animals and visitors come together and are in direct contact. Another aspect that distinguishes the park is the motte found in the park dating from the 11th and the 12th centuries. This castle mound and a stele of the iron age have been preserved and are explained to visitors. The zoo is divided into several parts: - The Quinquis: you walk into a space of 10 hectares wide where the animals are free. You will then see lemurs (monkeys of Madagascar), deers, and many other species, - The educational farm: Most young people can come quite close to the animals of the farm such as sheeps, goats, pigs, ponies, donkeys, chickens, ducks ... - The stele of the iron age and the hillock of the Quinquis, where you can see why KENKIZ means fortified castle, - The entertainments, with the botanical path, the beehives, and the house of nature, the animal museum.
The zoo is open according to the following schedule: - In March and April: open Wednesdays and Sundays afternoon and during school holidays, - In May: Open daily from 14:00 to 18.30 < br> - From June the 1st to September the 15th: open daily from 10:30 to 19:00, - From September the 16th to the end of November: open Wednesdays and Sundays afternoon and during school holidays. Disclaimer : The management team of the destination has the possibility to change the opening days and hours without prior communication.
The park is particularly managed to involve young and old thanks to a proximity and to contacts with animals, that are allowed.
Le park is at Pouldu, Clohars Carnoet, in the Finistere (29).
Clohars-Carnoet is located at 24km to the West from Lorient, via the highway N165 on 8 km, exit 45 direction to Gestel - Guidel, then via the road D306 on 5 km, via the D162 on less 2 km, then via the D224 on 5 km.