Many tourist sites are to be discovered near the gîte. To help you locate them, you will find below a map allowing you to locate each place and to obtain the main information.



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Brehat island

Named "the island of flowers" for the variety of its flora and the beauty of its landscapes, the island of Bréhat is a real little corner of paradise. Accessible in 10 minutes by boat from the tip of Arcouest in Paimpol, this little piece of land separated by an arm of the sea will offer you an immediate change of scenery!

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Paimpol - Beauport Abbey

Beauport Abbey, built high up at the dawn of the 13th century, is a place overlooking the sea and the island of Saint Riom, thus offering a breathtaking perspective. This place knew six centuries of monastic history, then became private. Discover this magnificent place and take the time to stroll through the heart of the domain to see the marshes, moors, reed beds, pastures, conservatory orchards, the enclosed garden and the cloister.

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Pleubian - Sillon de Talbert

The "Sillon du Talbert", a unique geological curiosity in Europe, is a trip of land made of pebbles and sand formed over the centuries by the mixed currents of the estuaries of the Trieux and the Jaudy. This mineral spire is a shelter for many birds. It is located at the end of the wild peninsula. With a width of 35 meters, it advances in the form of a roadway into the sea up to the considerable distance of 3km and the sea never covers it. One of the legends says that Merlin would have built this path by dumping millions of stones in order to join the fairy Viviane. Another legend says that Morgana, on Talbert Island, fell in love with King Arthur. To reach it, it threw stones towards the coast, which multiplied in millions of pebbles. This legendary site is also very well known to shore fishermen.

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Plougrescant - The chasm

The Gouffre de Plougrescant site is an unusual and magical place. Nicknamed the chasm of the Baie d'Enfer, you will discover a sea breaking furiously in a deep open notch, created by the tangle of sections of cliffs collapsed long ago. On stormy days, the wind and waves rush between the rocks where the unleashed elements howl with rare intensity the force of the ocean. Not far away, you can discover the Saint-Gonéry chapel whose bell tower made with lead is curiously inclined, the famous little house, Castel Meur, with white shutters, set between large blocks of granite, the rock of Napoleon recognizable by its peak in the shape of a bicorn, all surrounded by a mosaic of fields, moors and thickets with a notched coastline and its carpet of islands.

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Ploëzal - The castel of La Roche-Jagu

Located in the heart of Trégor and overlooking the Trieux estuary, the castle of La Roche-Jagu offers two surprising universes: a main facade with a residential appearance, as well as a more military profile. The initial construction in the 11th century will gradually become a stone fortress. Destroyed in the 14th century, it will be rebuilt by Catherine de Troguindy from 1405 with the authorization of the Duke of Brittany Jean V. What impresses most is the breathtaking view of the entire valley of the Trieux river.

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Pontrieux - Small city with a rich heritage

The small and charming town of Pontrieux ("bridge over the Trieux") is an integral part of the 22 small cities of character in Brittany. Built at the water's edge, it is nicknamed the "Little Venice of Trégor". You will discover its half-timbered houses, its numerous buildings, an 18th century fountain, and a 16th century house nicknamed the "Eiffel Tower" testifying to a rich architectural past. Its 50 laundries can be visited by boat from spring to autumn.

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Tréguier - Saint Tugdual cathedral

Saint-Tugdual Cathedral located in Tréguier is a religious building built in Gothic style from the 13th to the 15th century. It was the cathedral of the former bishopric of Tréguier and it is today the seat of the parish of Saint-Yves de Tréguier. It houses many important objects, including the tomb of Duke Jean V of Brittany, as well as the one erected at Saint Yves in 1890.

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