& ecclesiastical riches
The Sillon de Talbert is the first must-see site to visit in the commune of Pleubian. This 3.2 kilometer-long overhang in the sea is a geological curiosity made of sand and pebbles, unique in Europe where certain birds come to nest. Listed as a Historical Monument, see the lighthouse of Les Héaux de Bréhat at the end of this sandy bank. Come and discover the house of the Sillon, and learn more about the fauna, flora and landscape of this remarkable site. In the town of Pleubian, visit the church of Saint-Georges and its pulpit-calvary as well as its church Notre-Dame-de-la-mer, built with the pink granite of Ploumanac’h. Make a stop at the semaphore of Creac’h Maoût, a historic site in Pleubian that offers a panoramic view of the mouth of the Jaudy, the Iles d’Er and the Sept-Iles, the archipelago of Bréhat and the estuary of the Trieux.