Palmier et plage de Perros-Guirec.
Ploumanach, Cote de Granite Rose
Port de Brest.
Tour Tanguy et Château de Brest
Voilier dans le port de Brest.
From Tréguier to Brest, lose yourself in the real Brittany
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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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.
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.
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.
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.
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