The Island of Bréhat, where you can step outside of time
For a taste of la vie en rose ! Just a few minutes from the Pointe de l’Arcouest on the mainland, it’s not hard to see why Bréhat is called the island of flowers. The magic starts as soon as you arrive.
You’ll be enchanted by the colourful flower-filled backdrop of this little paradise, with a profusion of agapanthus, eucalyptus, camellia and mimosa. The small archipelago, made up of around 100 islands and home to 400 people, is bathed in an incomparable light which gives the granite its characteristic pink colour. Enjoy exploring on foot or by bicycle !
Pôle Nautique Loguivy de la Mer
CANOE & KAYAK
Beginners or improvers: Sailing, canoe-kayak, standup paddleboarding. Lessons, courses, kayaking to the la Croix lighthouse, around the islets of Bréh...
The Vedettes de Bréhat will whisk you across in only 10 minutes from the Pointe de l’Arcouest, or you could take a more leisurely route with a 45-minute tour of the island, complete with commentary, before disembarking on the island of flowers... An added bonus, your tickets allow you to choose your departure time !
Bréhat on foot
The mingled scents of spring flowers and the tides, the landscapes that unroll before your eyes, the distant sound of bicycle bells, a hidden cove for a spur-of-the-moment dip in the sea, the flowers and the pink granite rocks. All this is your Bréhat...
Bréhat by bike
Rediscover childhood pleasures when you wander the island from north to south. Enjoy the majestic sight of the archipelago dotted around the main islands..The magical landscapes are well worth the effort, and you can always have a quiet forty winks off the beaten track!
Bréhat by boat
Or perhaps you’d like to enjoy a picnic aboard your own boat at the " Trou de la souris " ?!
You’ll find numerous enchanting places to moor or drop anchor to spend the day on Bréhat...
Bréhat by kayak
Maybe you’re ready to meet some fabulous characters ? We hear that a certain grey seal likes to play with the paddles...