The cliffs at Plouézec are among the highest in Brittany, and can be explored in stages on foot, by bike or by car.
You can begin your journey at the Moulin de Craca windmill, built in 1844 and renovated by the Friends of le Moulin de Craca, an association created in 1998. From June to September the association offers guided tours of the windmill and grinding demonstrations.
Continue along the GR®34, taking in the oyster beds at Port Lazo and not forgetting to stop off and visit the artist Kito’s sculpture park ‘Sculptures en Liberté’, just before the magnificent panorama of the Pointe de Bilfot where you can enjoy views over the Bay of Paimpol.
The cliff pathway will lead you around headlands with beautiful views, past little shingle beaches, to the pretty beach at Bréhec where you can go for a swim, have a bite to eat or try your hand at kayaking or paddleboarding at the Centre Nautique de Bréhec water sports centre.
Abbaye maritime de Beauport
Its name, Beauport or Bellus Portus (Beautiful Port) expresses its exceptional coastal role as a place of pilgrimage and a maritime trading centre. Fo...