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Famous for its Abyss, Plougrescant is the town that occupies the tip of the Ajoncs coast. With the GR34 that passes along its coasts, many are the hikers who like to stop there for a night.

Discovering our heritage

of Plougrescant

A haven of peace

The first thing to do when you pass through the town of Plougrescant is to take a tour of the Gouffre site. The waves breaking over the granite chaos form an incredible spectacle for your eyes. Through the Coastal House, learn more about the wildlife, flora and landscape of this remarkable site. As you stroll through the town of Plougrescant, you’ll spot the Saint Gonéry Chapel and its slanted spire on top. Right next door, discover the majestic If of Plougrescant.
On the shore of Beg ar Vilin, you will be surprised by the beauty and nostalgia conveyed by the abandoned wooden boats of the marine cemetery.

All leisure activities

in Plougrescant

An iodized escape

Go to the Chateau Point and discover a wild coastline with pebble beaches, offering you a breathtaking view of the Seven Islands. The Kayak Club will be delighted to show you the beauty of the lagoon of the Isle of Er and the Isle of Loaven.
For fishing enthusiasts, the Marie-Georgette will show you all the secret spots to harvest the best fish, while initiating you to pilot the boat.
For a relaxing day, come and bask in the magnificent beach of Pors Hir.

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