Around Paimpol and Brehat
Starting point of schooners for cods fishing in Iceland, Paimpol stands by to his memory.
During your walking in town, you will admire fiter-out's residence who contributed to the prosperity of the region.
The sea museum and the costume's Breton museum will thrust you into the history of Brittany.
The Abbey of Beauport will make you live the daily life of the monks during the 13th century.
From June to September, the steam train will conduct you from Paimpol to Pontrieux all along the Trieux, a little river whose level varies with the tide, you will visit La Maison de l'Estuaire, more famous under the name La Maison Seznec.
To catch the motorboat which takes you to the island of Brehat, you will cross Ploubazlanec, then spend some time to visit Le Mur des Disparus, Loguivy de la Mer and Pors Even.
5 minutes drive from the Motel Nuit & Jour, La Pointe de l'Arcouest presents a splendid point of view of the Archipelago of Brehat.
You'll embark on the comfortable Motorboats of Brehat directly to the island or for a cruising all around the archipelago, then you will stop on the wharf of Port Clos.
Round Paimpol you will discover also Plouezec and its Moulin de Craca, the cliffs circuit, the beaches of Brehec, the seashores of Pors Pin and the whole 13 km of wild coast.
Walkers could take advantage of outstanding panoramas and a feeling of liberty on the footpath GR34.
Lots of activities are also proposed like scuba diving, kayak, sailing school, sail on old sailing boats.