From 1920, the poet and writer Edmond Haraucourt, a grand admirer of André Honnorat’s work, wanted to join the work at the Cité internationale. Having no descendants he decided, along with his wife Mathilde, to donate his home on Île-de-Bréhat to the Cité internationale.
The Île-de-Bréhat was the first natural site to be classed in France on the 13th of July 1907, in accordance with the law of 1906 concerning the protection of natural sites and monuments, the first law concerning the protection of French landscapes…
Thanks to its 43 houses, the Cité internationale offers a rich cultural and artistic program to all audiences : concerts, screenings, conferences, exhibitions, shows…
Discover them in our cultural agenda CitéScope.
The Cité internationale offers its residents, former residents (alumni), employees and external persons the opportunity to stay in in this large but charming building located on an exceptional site. Tucked away on the edge of the Île-de-Bréhat, hidden in the land, practically on the sea and without internet à Disconnection is guaranteed (to be adjusted)
During the July/August period the house is exclusively reserved for Cité internationale residents.
Our on-site staff/concierge who takes care of the house throughout the year will be there upon arrival to welcome you to the Fondation Haraucourt and will answer your questions before and during your stay.
Maison Kervarabès – Ile Nord
22870 Ile de Brehat
The Cité internationale is a unique campus in the world. Located in a 34-hectare eco-managed park there are numerous on-site services to make your daily life easier as well as the possibility of proposing and showcasing projects that are close to your heart.
The Cité internationale is a campus unlike any other and by joining the campus you will share in its values: tolerance, respect, solidarity. Our residents can testify to this.