The sea is my pleasure
The point of Bihit is a must-see when discovering Trebeurden. This point covered with gorse, ferns and heather faces the sea and offers a magnificent view from the bay of Lannion to the island of Losquet. Not far away is the Marais du Quellen, a timeless freshwater marsh that is home to Camargue horses and an observatory for birdwatching enthusiasts. Back on the coast, it is necessary to discover the Milliau Island, a small island composed of moors, rocks and cliffs of pink granite. Here, we find more than 250 plant species but also one of the oldest volcanic rocks.