08 May 24


Discover Brittany through the legendary GR® 34 coastal path, which stretches 2000 kilometers along its coasts. This emblematic path invites you to explore the exceptional landscapes of the region, from Abers to Cornwall via the Crozon peninsula.

Start at the Virgin Island lighthouse and follow the path along the Abers, offering breathtaking views of the Breton coast. Cross the Iroise bridge to discover the wild beauty of the Crozon peninsula, with its spectacular points like Dinan, Pen-Hir and Cap de la Chèvre.

By continuing the GR® 34 from Douarnenez to Pointe du Raz, you will be amazed by the heather, steep cliffs and picturesque coves. Contemplate the famous Raz de Sein with its tumultuous currents, then explore the Bay of Audierne and the Pointe de Penmarc'h in the Pays Bigouden.

Continue your journey along the coast to the Gulf of Morbihan, where thousands of islets offer you a peaceful view after the hustle and bustle of Finistère.

This coastal path, formerly laid out to combat smuggling, today allows you to discover the natural and historical treasures of Brittany. Along the way, you will come across customs officers' houses, ford towers and preserved landscapes, offering a fascinating summary of the richness of this region.

Explore Brittany like never before thanks to the GR® 34, and let yourself be immersed in the wild beauty of its coasts and its maritime heritage.

06 Mar 24


Discover the town of Concarneau, a true jewel embedded in its fortifications, in the heart of one of the most beautiful bays in Brittany. A city of art and history, it offers a unique maritime spectacle, where the coastal past and lively port life combine.

The medieval ramparts, dating from the 14th century, bear witness to the city's rich historical heritage. Its intense port activity is palpable through the approximately 200 fishing boats which animate the quays and the auction. The fine sandy beaches and the marina invite you to relax and do water activities.

The enclosed town, on an islet 350 m long and 100 m wide, is a must-see in Concarneau. Better to visit it in the morning to avoid the summer crowds. Rue Vauban, the main artery of the enclosed town, is lined with charming houses with picturesque signs. The cobbled streets lead to the fishing port, offering picturesque and authentic views.

The fishing port is the beating heart of the city, where the daily activities of sailors take place. The landing of fish, especially after 10 p.m., is a spectacle not to be missed to discover local life. Concarneau is renowned for being the leading tuna port in Europe and the 3rd in France for fresh fish. Local canneries perpetuate traditional know-how and offer quality products.

In summary, Concarneau is a destination not to be missed, where history, culture and maritime life meet to offer an unforgettable experience to visitors.



27 Oct 22


MONDAY - CONCARNEAU / 7:30 am - 1:30 pm

AVEN BRIDGE. / 3:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
TUESDAY - TREGUNC. / 3:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. (100% organic)
CONCARNEAU-BEUZEC 3:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

TREGUNC. / 8h00 - 13h00

FRIDAY - CONCARNEAU. / 8h00 - 13h00

SUNDAY - TREVIGNON (á tregunc) in and