A place of history
With cliffs, rocky creeks, and fine sandy beaches, Plestin-les-Grèves adjoins Locquirec in Finistère. But it is the Lieue de Grève, which extends from Saint-Efflam to Saint-Michel-en-Grève, which makes it one of the largest bays of the Côtes d’Armor. Long crossed by a Roman road, the Lieue de Grève hosts the Croix de Mi-Lieue, a real guide to cross the bay. Beware of the one who would enter in foggy weather! Overlooked by the Grand Rocher, this natural rocky promontory culminating at 84m, offers you a unique view of the whole bay.
Numerous are the archaeological traces on Plestin-les-Grèves, the oldest ones date from the Bronze Age. Then in the first centuries of our era, the Gallic-Roman thermals of Hogolo preserved for nearly 15 centuries as well as the fanum of Coz Ilis.