Walk to Saint-Quay-Portrieux

A splendid promenade along the sea to Saint-Quay-Portrieux

The region is full of beautiful places to visit: the island Bréhat, the Groove Talbert... and often the hurry tourist does not have time to stop at Saint-Quay-Portrieux, it is wrong because the walk along the sea is one of the beauties of Brittany. Additional advantage it is very easy to access as located in the city. Be sure to visit Saint-Quay-Portrieux.

Interest: notevery good (1 note)
Difficulty: difficulté
Duration: 2 h.

The port

The port
From 1612 boats leaving from Saint-Quay-Portrieux to cod fishing in Newfoundland.

The main beach

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The main beach
Right next to the port is the beach of Saint-Quay-Portrieux.

The path

The path
The path is very easy to access on the other hand there are many stairs.

The beach

The beach

The coast

The coast

The castle of Calan

The castle of Calan
The Calan Castle was built by a lover of Moorish architecture, it has transposed the Morocco until Britain. The castle can be rented by the week. A more common and more modern style hotel was built just below.

The fort of the Countess

The fort of the Countess
The fort belonged to a Countess who dispensed justice itself and spreading terror in the area.

The fort

The fort
You can access the fort at low tide. A staircase down to the beach.

The corniche

The corniche
We can push the walk up to the tip of the semaphore for a nice view. The walk can continue a good time because the trail is located on GR34 which toured Britain!

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