Hiking along the coastal paths is one of the greatest pleasures in Brittany. The GR 34 is particularly renowned for its beauty.
From Paimpol to Perros-Guirec, the trail stretches over 112 km. The Pont-Losquet guest house is ideally placed for going to different starting points and following the trail as you wish, whether it is in simple portions or in its entirety.
In Paimpol, immerse yourself in the atmosphere of this pretty fishing port and its marina. This old starting point for cod fishing in Newfoundland in the 19th century and its old shipowners’ houses is very pleasant to discover. Then continue towards the tip of Arcouest, the starting point for the island of Bréhat.
Then it will be an opportunity to walk along the Trieux to Lézardrieux, on one side then on the other. The GR will take you to the famous “Sillon du Talbert”, a real discovery in itself. (Read our article).
Then on the way to Tréguier following the banks of the Jaudy. The marina is welcoming. The Saint-François footbridge allows to cross the Guindy to continue to the small port of the Roches Jaunes.
The “Pointe du Château”and the “gouffre de Plougrescant” are particularly wild places that are sure to amaze you. The famous Castel Meur house, wedged between its two rocks, will be the opportunity to take out your camera. The path continues towards the Pointe de Buguélès, a magnificent Breton painting.
Port Blanc will make a very pleasant stopover. From Rocher du Voleur, you will have a beautiful view of the port until Buguélès.
Then after the “plage des dunes”, it will be an opportunity to discover the very large Trestel beach, where the rehabilitation and rehabilitation center is also located.
The Nantouar lighthouse punctuates the coastal path before arriving in Perros-Guirec bay. The “basssin du Lern” announces the marina of Perros-Guirec. Then you will continue to the beach of Trestrignel and that of Trestraou and its large promenade.