Les Sept-îles

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This archipelago is the largest nature reserve of marine birds in France. Boat trips leave from Trestraou and take visitors around the islands: first Rouzic, inhabited by an impressive colony of Northern gannets, then the Île de Malban and Île Bono, before reaching the Île aux Moines, where you can see the gun powder store, the lighthouse (with a panorama over the islands and the coast), then the fort - built by Vauban and now partly in ruins - and the old monastery below. On the way back there is a view of the Pointe de Ploumanach, the headland famous for its pink granite rocks.

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Rochers de Ploumanach
Rochers de Ploumanach
Stretching from Porz Rolland to Porz ar
240 minutes
Coast Centre
Coast Centre
On the Sentier des Douaniers pathway, it
60 minutes
Île Renote
Île Renote
A sandy isthmus links Trégastel to this
240 minutes
Beach
Beach
On the beach is an oratory to St Guirec
15 minutes
Côte de Granit Rose (Pink Granite Coast)
Côte de Granit Rose (Pink Granite Coast)
The Côte de Granit Rose, which extends
240 minutes
Vallée des Traouïero
Vallée des Traouïero
Petit and Grand Traouïero, two unspoilt
240 minutes
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Rochers de Ploumanach
Rochers de Ploumanach
Stretching from Porz Rolland to Porz ar
240 minutes
Île Renote
Île Renote
A sandy isthmus links Trégastel to this
240 minutes
Beach
Beach
On the beach is an oratory to St Guirec
15 minutes
See all