Located at the bottom of a cove between Pointe de Poulpry, to the east, and that of Port le Goff, to the west, it is a beautiful gently sloping beach, well suited for families and with lifeguard. Very large, it stretches over 500 m. It is also a delight for fans of board sports. Indeed, it is a good spot for windsurfers , kite-surfers, stand-up paddle or even kayaking. You can also practice the ” along-side “. It is a beach renowned for the quality of its water. It wins the Blue Flag Label every year.
Other beaches in the town of Trestel will also seduce you, such as Choux beach, Royau beach, Poulpry beach for their character. A quick tour of the ports: Port-Le-Goff and Port du Royau are also worth the detour.
(9 km from the Pont-Losquet guest house)
The dune beach at Port-Blanc in Penvénan
This beautiful sandy beach, backed by a long dune massif rich in seagrass, faces the small island of Bruck (heather, in Breton). Offshore, you can see the Sept-Iles archipelago. It is located next to the Launay marsh.
(13 km from the Pont-Losquet guest house )
Port-Scarff beach in Plougrescant
The beach of Port-Scarff, not far from the famous house of Castel Meur, built between two rocks, and Le Gouffre, has managed to retain its wild character, surrounded by large blocks of granite. Offshore, you can see the Sept-Iles archipelago and in particular the island of Tomé.