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Visit of the Pays de Brest

The Pays de Brest, encircling Brest ocean metropolis is made of four separate territories :
  • The Touristic Pays des Abers – Côte des Légendes (Coast of Legends),
  • The Touristic Pays d'Iroise,
  • The Touristic Pays des Rives d'Armorique (Shores of Armorique)
  • The Crozon Peninsula - from the Alder to the Sea.
In your program :
Long kilometers of wild and preserved coasts, where fishing ports rub shoulders with cliffs and abers, but also a precious heritage well hidden in the hollow of the land.

To the west of the West, the last lands before the immensity of the Atlantic are grouped together in the Pays d'Iroise.
From Plougonvelin to Le Conquet, from Porspoder to Ploudalmézeau, the marvels of the coast spread out before your eyes, following the coastal paths or the crashing of the waves on a rock shaped by the vagaries of the elements.
In Plougonvelin, don't miss the Fort of Bertheaume, 37 meters high and accessible via a footbridge above the waves!

To the north, The Pays Abers-Côte des Légendes (Coast of Legends) will take you from the delights of Brignogan beaches to the tortuous arm of the Aber Wrac'h, near Plouguerneau.
Follow it and enter lands with unusual landscapes full of legends..

As for the Pays des Rives d'Armorique (Shores of Armorique), you will first discover Landerneau, its 500-year-old inhabited bridge and its river majestically crossing the town. Head south and you will find the Abbey of Daoulas and its remarkable Romanesque cloister that will open their doors to you.

A pass by Le Faou, nestled at the end of a thin estuary in Brest Harbor, and here you are on the south side, in the heart of the Crozon Peninsula. More than 400km of marked trails will welcome hardcore walkers to Crozon or Camaret, idyllic villages by the sea where time passes according to tides...
In Roscanvel, Lanvéoc or Landévennec, Brest Harbor will spread out in front of you, the true heart of a territory whose riches seem infinite!
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