From the Customs Officers’ Footpath to the GR®34
The Customs Officers’ Footpath was patrolled for a century by customs officers on the lookout for smugglers landing along our coasts. Now known as the GR®34, it runs along the Brittany coast and is enjoyed by thousands of walkers every year.
From the banks of the Trieux to the cliffs of Plouézec, you can follow the coastline over almost 60 km of breathtaking views, glimpsing the magic of the Bréhat archipelago along the way.
Plan your trip
42 km of the GR®34 coastal path from Bréhec to Lézardrieux, passing through Paimpol
Experience the 5 stages of the GR®34 coastal path within the Guingamp-Baie de Paimpol area, from the charming little port of Bréhec to the estuary of the river Trieux, enjoying outstanding, varied and majestic scenery along the way.
Accommodation along the GR®34 coastal path
The GR®34 is easily recognisable with its red and white trail markings. The Tourist Office has a selection of accommodation and restaurants for touring walkers along the Customs Officers’ Footpath.