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A walk between the famous Pointe du Van and Pointe du Raz, passing through the Baie des Trépassés.
Bréhat, an island known for its flowers; it has its own micro-climate that favours the growth of amazing, abundant and exotic flora. Bréhat is 3.5 km long and 1.5 km across at its widest point and consists in fact of two islands attached by a single stone bridge. Its proximity to the mainland, 15 minutes by boat, makes it a major destination for a day trip for walkers.
Beautiful tour largely on the coastal path (GR34), via Cap de la Chèvre, which overlooks the bay of Douarnenez.
A wonderful stroll on the Crozon peninsula. Between steep cliffs, sandy beaches and megalith alignments, one of the most beautiful walks in Brittany.
From the beach of Cap Coz at Pointe de Beg Meil by the coastal path and via new a development on properties that have encroached into the maritime domain.
Discover the semaphore tower and the national dune and then head back by an easier route by small roads and paths that are a little out of the way.
Circuit exploring the 11 locks of the Canal d’Ille-et-Rance.
The Pointe de Plougrescant is recognised around the world due to Castel-Meur: the house between the rocks. The hike starts at Saint-Gonery Chapel, equally famous for its crooked lead bell tower. The hike continues via the Baie de l'Enfer where you can admire the Jaudy estuary, then on to Pointe du Château - the most northerly point of this route - to see Castel Meur (private property) and finally to discover the gulf before returning to the departure point along the west coast of the point.
A short trail in Brittany’s countryside with a section along the Veuvre that winds before flowing into Chevré lake. Do not miss the small Roman bridge with its stone arches.
This hike starts at the car park of the Mine d’Or beach, along the coast north to Haut-Pénestin, to return by internal paths to reach the sea at Maresclé beach and then the starting point.
Your path is the customs trail near Telgruc-sur-Mer, on the Crozon peninsula, at the tip of Brittany, has breathtaking panoramas in fine weather and thrills in rough weather.
Located between the beautiful white sandy beaches of Trégastel and the "chaos" of Ploumanach, this short hike explores the Pink Granite Coast going around Renote Island. Among the majestic pink granite rocks and vegetation you will discover beautiful landscapes sculpted by erosion.
La Rance saw its first tidal mill built in 1181 (Moulin du Lupin near Rothéneuf). Were built between the sixteenth and seventeenth century. Today there are not many of these renewable energy suppliers. This tour allows you to see the ruins of two mills (Fosse Mort and La Herviais) and to walk around this estuary ideal for the construction of mills.
A pretty walk between the countryside and the seaside. The Pointe de Penn Lann stands guard over the Vilaine Estuary.
After skirting the Odet and the reaching of the old mills, a beautiful loop takes us through the wooded area of Stang Luzigou. On the return journey, pass through the Kerho Arboretum.
Discover the Saint-Corentin Chapel in the area known as Kreïker.
Discover the remains of the Manor of Saint-Alouarn and the mill, via the Quimper-Douarnenez bike route and country roads.
Make your way gently along the the Aulne following the logging trail.
Views over the lock keepers’ houses located on the other side.
Passage through the Vieux-Bourg and its St-They church, the birthplace of the parish of Lothey until 1846.