This granite promontory bordered by the sea and lulled by birdsong is a beautiful example of preserved coastline. As the colors of the granite change depending on the light, don’t hesitate to come several times!
A true symbol of the region, the Sillon de Talbert is a must-see! This coastal strip of sand and pebbles extends over 3.2km long! Amateur of ornithology be on the lookout! The furrow is an important place for migration and nesting due to its extraordinary flora!
A true geological curiosity, the gouffre is the perfect place for a little stroll, with the sea on one side and the granite reefs on the other, you’ll have plenty to see! And if you’re attentive you may even recognize a few rocks with familiar shapes ….
Between the beauty of the granite and the singing of the seagulls, I had an unforgettable time and was able to take some great photos! A must-see!
Forêt de Beffou
Come and lose yourself in this forest massif of more than 630 ha which shelters in its heart “le pavé” which is the highest point of the Trégor at 322 m height. You will find there hiking and cycling paths.
In the heart of a wooded valley, between boulders and clumps of royal Osmonde, the Léguer finds its way to Lannion. Salmon and otters have taken up residence here. Walk along its banks to discover the only river labeled “Wild Rivers Site” in Brittany.