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Morlaix, France

Morlaix

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Palmier et plage de Perros-Guirec.

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Ploumanach, Cote de Granite Rose

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Port de Brest.

Tour Tanguy et Château de Brest

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Voilier dans le port de Brest.

Brittany

A first glimpse of Northern Brittany

From Tréguier to Brest, lose yourself in the real Brittany

  • By the sea
  • Roadtrip

Take the time to discover the Côtes-d’Armor and le Finistère on a stress and fuss free road trip. After visiting Tréguier, you should visit the capital of Trégor, Morlaix, and you may allow a trip to the island of Callot before reaching Saint-Pol-de-Léon. This town of rich cultural heritage offers a perfect change of scenery before your arrival in the port of Brest, where a thousand and one activities await … Unless you prefer a simple stroll on the beach and a wander among the old houses.

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Perros-Guirec (Côtes-d'Armor) Brest

Day 1 - Perros-Guirec and the the Pink Granite Coast

Before going to Perros-Guirrec, you can stop at Tréguier, an ancient episcopal city, nestled in the heart of the Côtes-d’Armor estuary, to visit the Gothic cathedral of Saint-Tugdual. Then go on to the pink granite coast: take time to stroll along the Sentier des Douaniers: allow two hours to reach Ploumana’ch and the Point de Squéouel on foot. Meander amongst the extraordinary rocks while admiring the the coastal views. Lovers of naturalism, make a stop at the house of the littoral.

  • Distance : 38 km
  • Duration : 1h13

Day 2 - Perros-Guirec- Morlaix

Take the road back to Lannion if you didn’t visit it the day before. The capital of Trégor, now specialises in telecommunications, has retained a charming old quarter to visit. This contrast between modernity and “old Brittany” is the attraction of the city! Next, head towards Morlaix via the coast (via the D786): you can stop at Saint-Michel-Grève to enjoy the coast. Finally, stroll through the bay of Morlaix, the eponymous town is nestled at the foot of the estuary and has a beautiful old quarter to visit.

  • Distance : 57 km
  • Duration : 1h5

Day 3 - Morlaix - Roscoff

Leaving Morlaix, you can enjoy a short break on l’île Callot, which can be reached on foot or by car at low tide. Scattered with rocks and islets, the estuary is worth a look! Then take the road to Saint-Pol-de-Léon, visit its cathedrals and admire its old houses – including that of Mérimée. Push to Roscoff, a small harbour where the granite facades of grand shipowners’ houses line the narrow streets. End with an excursion to l’île de Batz, featuring a beautiful fort and a friendly village, l’île de Batz dozens of beaches and coves.

  • Distance : 32 km
  • Duration : 0h41

Day 4 - Roscoff - Brest

Take the road to the Folgoët, a unique basilica of the 14th century. Its unusual shape “L-shape” and its fountain of Salaün, where the pilgrims come to drink, are worth a look. Then head to Brest to visit the city or enjoy the beach. Among the must-see places are the marina, the chateau and the Tour Tanguy. Marine enthusiasts should treat themselves to Océanopolis, while walking lovers will push on to Pointe Saint-Matthieu to discover the ancient abbey and the semaphore.

  • Distance : 67 km
  • Duration : 1h21

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