The Sillon du Talbert is a geological curiosity but also a remarkable landscape that you should not miss to see if you stay at the cottage Pont-Losquet. It is ½ hour drive to Pleubian.
The furrow is a shoreline formed of pebbles and sand that protrudes 3 km into the sea. With an average width of 100 m and a height of 10 m, its presence is impressive. It formed naturally under the action of currents created by the mouth of Trieux and Jaudy. By its presence, it protects the maritime area of the island of Bréhat 5 km to the southeast. It is an exceptional natural spectacle, a kind of natural dike that allows you to go at sea, close to the water. The visit will be even more spectacular if you choose to do it at high tide.
A particularly well preserved fauna and flora
It is also a beautiful rendezvous to discover a particularly well preserved fauna and flora. This mineral spire serves as shelter for many birds. No need to ask you to be very respectful. Blue thistle, cabbage and sea radish, tern, curlew, cormorants, turnstones are discovered during the walk. Foreshore is the domain of fishermen on foot.
The end of the world
We must enjoy the calm of this magical place. Go well shod because walking in the pebbles and sand requires some effort. Some see it as a lunar landscape, another planet populated with pebbles and feel an unreal atmosphere. It is also a little bit the end of the world because it is the northernmost part of Brittany.
The sillon du Talbert in Pleubian is located 21 km from the cottage of Pont-Losquet
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