Tour of the peninsula of Lézardrieux

Tour of the peninsula of Lézardrieux

The customs path

From the banks of the Trieux to those of the Jaudy via the Sillon de Talbert, the city of Tréguier or the castle of La Roche-Jagu, let yourself be charmed by the character of this wild coast and the richness of its heritage.

Practical information


4 days


75 km


Lezardrieux Bridge

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The must-haves
Step 1

From Lézardrieux to Lanmodez

Take advantage of your stay in the port of Lézardrieux to discover the coast and the islands from the sea by embarking on a commented cruise aboard the Trieux ferry boat! You will then go along the mouth of the Trieux to the small hamlet of Kermouster and its chapel before discovering the bay of Pommelin, a refuge for many species of birds. The largest of the islands that you will see to the east is the island of Brehat, famous for its flowers and its pink granite.

Step 2

From Lanmodez to Kerbors

The viewpoints follow one another along the coast and the landscapes change according to the time of the tide. The sillon de Talbert is a site of great ecological wealth consisting of a cordon of sand and pebbles that extends more than 3km into the sea. You will also discover the old semaphore of Créac’h Maout, the lighthouse of Port-la-Chaîne or the site of Port-Béni and the covered alley of Men ar Rompet.

Step 3

From Kerbos to Tréguier

Along the banks of the Jaudy, the panoramas change and make you discover another face of the coast. After passing the Saint-Votrom chapel, you arrive at Trédarzec and enjoy a view of the city of Tréguier on the other side of the river. You can stop to visit the sumptuous gardens of Kerdalo before crossing to discover this small city of character, its cathedral, its cloister, its alleys and other wood panelled houses. The Tro Landreger walk will complete this day unless you are tempted by a visit to the Touken Brewery ?

Step 4

From Tréguier to Lézardrieux

You will cross the Jaudy river and go to the village of Pouldouran. The traces of the past linked to the cultivation of flax are very present in this sector where you can observe many restored mills as well as old mills. Following the Bizien valley and the Boloï wood, you will reach the Roche-Jagu castle, overlooking the Trieux river and surrounded by remarkable gardens. On your way back to Lézardrieux, don’t miss the mill with a pond at Traou Meur and the small chapel at Goz Ilis.