Looking for a good idea?
- Are you tempted by the islands? Get on board in Le Conquet and set sail for Ushant for a day or more
It starts with the architectural beauties of the area. To get to Landerneau, you’ll drive on the south bank of the Elorn, going through Plougastel-Daoulas: this pretty part of the bay is not only the land of strawberries, but its cavalry cross and its abbey are really worth a visit.
If you’re not in a hurry, don’t leave these oceanic lands without taking a detour via Pays des Abers, where the estuaries form a unique shoreline between land and sea.
Set off for a slow day to discover a bay strewn with beaches and surrounded with isles. It’s a must-do! Continue to the harbour towns with their solid characters.
A little further to the west? A little further to the east?
There are three possibilities to choose from tonight:
• Spend a second night near Morlaix and the marvels of its bay
• Succumb to the night-life in the harbour, enjoy a stroll along the GR®34 and sleep in Roscoff
• Set sail for Batz Island: a 15-minute crossing for a complete change of scenery Delasselle garden and the lighthouse are the treasures of this little corner of paradise. How about staying here to sleep?
Head south for a day in nature. You’ll discover the Armorique regional nature park and Monts d’Arrée, a land of contrasts and beautiful walks. Put on your hiking shoes and breathe in deeply!
Brittany is not flat! And you can confirm this on this last day which takes in a gentle slope to the largest lake in Brittany. It’s the end of your journey and a host of activities awaits you: cycling, walking and kayaking around the lake, climbing, horse riding, etc. A thrilling moment in nature!