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Brittany: perfect for walking, hiking, biking and more

Find the routes and practical info for various walks and trails on offer in Finistère. The length, difficulty and accessibility are all explained to help you prepare confidently for your next weekend trip or holiday here. Get ready for your next big adventure!

Topo-guides and walkers’ fact sheetsFédération française de randonnée - Finistère

The walking circuits of Finistère are also included in the Topo-guide maps produced by the regional Walking Federation, as well as the guidebooks and factsheets available from Tourist Offices, local councils and town halls.
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Fouesnant

Come and explore the woodland, the plans, the scent and the birdsong in spring. Penfoulic trail will take you to the Maison des Marais, then up to the sea in the mudflats of Cap-Coz where visitors can...

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Carantec

This trail invites you to explore Carantec: its coastal points, its beaches, its oyster-farming and its countryside. There is an unbeatable view over Morlaix Bay and its tiny islands including the Cha...

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Landévennec

Stroll along alternating between the national forest and the banks of the River Aulne. This route continuously brings you closer to natural elements: air, land, water and fire. (IGN maps and informati...

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Névez

This circular route follows ancient sunken paths bordered by trees and crosses through the pretty village of Kerascoët with its thatched cottages. For more information on the walks and the nearby area...

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Le Ponthou

In the heart of the Douron Valley, classed as a Natura 2000 site, you’ll find a walk that takes you over various bridges: a Celtic bridge, a railway bridge, and a modern 4-lane bridge. You’ll certainl...

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Lanildut

As you follow this circuit, you’ll discover old buildings of cut stone and narrow paths that give Lanildut its rustic charm. In Europe’s top port for seaweed-harvesting, you can gaze at the never-endi...

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Pont-de-Buis-lès-Quimerch

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Roscanvel

This circuit threads its way through a vast defensive camp in the Crozon Peninsula. At each point, there are more fortifications, some dating back to the Middle Ages. (IGN maps and information about s...

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Rosnoën

For years and years, Finistère was heavily populated with wolves, but the last of these was killed in the early 20th century. One of them even threw itself into a river just to escape the hunters and ...

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Kerlaz

Paths to discover : Kerlaz church, Nevet woods, St Even fountain. Discovery route : stages of sacred places around Douarnenez.

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Brennilis

Large car park near the old train station of Plouescat / Rosporden. This circuit is shaped like a number 8. Unbeatable views towards the southern slopes of the Arrée Mountains, passing near the drinki...

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Cast

This part of Porzay rises up to hide the Aulne Valley and Châteaulin. You can’t miss this new permanent trail at the foot of the wind turbines just after the town of Cast. You’re no longer on the coas...

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La Forêt-Fouesnant

This simple little walk is fairly flat and begins when you take the coastal path then the coast road to the quayside of the old port. It continues right along the coast and the fish ponds, along the c...

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Kerlouan

This coastal circuit runs along a sand dune, with pathways suitable for pushchairs and people of limited mobility. A linear route with views over Rudoloc Beach and the village of Meneham. Leave from t...

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Crozon

This family walk of 6.5km helps you to explore the Port du Fret, your starting point, tucked away at the bottom of the Rade de Brest. (IGN maps and information about signage will be invaluable for wal...

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Châteauneuf-du-Faou

In the heart of the Black Mountains, the Penn ar Pont circuit will take you to Nantes-Brest canal, an integral part of Brittany’s history. You’ll notice the remains of a slate quarry, whose tunnels ar...

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Bénodet

This walk takes you on a tour of Bénodet: from the Anse de Penfoul, it follows along the coast up to the Mer Blanche. It’s a change to explore the varied coastline with its mudflat, boat cemetery, por...

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Saint-Thégonnec Loc-Eguiner

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Brennilis

Large car park near the old train station of Plouescat / Rosporden. You’ll start your circuit by passing in front of the archaeological site ‘Ti Ar Boudiged’, with a prehistoric stone slab sating back...

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Châteauneuf-du-Faou

In the heart of the Black Mountains, the Penn ar Pont circuit will take you to Nantes-Brest canal, an integral part of Brittany’s history. You’ll notice the remains of a slate quarry, whose tunnels ar...

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Le Conquet

Kermorvan Peninsula. This circuit will help you to explore an area that is completely classified as a Natura 2000 zone, a European network protecting sites whose flora and fauna are of significant her...

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Roscoff

Finistère, by land or by sea, marks the beginning or the end of this route. From Roscoff port, the Velodyssey winds through the small streets of the area known as ‘Léon’, towards Morlaix Bay and its i...

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Tréguennec

Located right in the heart of Audierne Bay, in the villages of Tréguennec and Tréogat, Trunvel lake is a stretch of water covering over 120 acres, surrounded by reed beds. It’s a true natural lagoon, ...

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Le Cloître-Pleyben

This walking circuit beckons you to come and explore Ster Goanez Valley. Follow various sunken pathways that thread their way through the wooded landscape. You’ll reach the old Rosporden-Plouescat rai...

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Locquirec

This is one of France’s most iconic walking routes. The GR34 is also known as the Customs Officers’ Trail and follows along the coasts of Brittany for more than 1,800 km, enabling walkers to explore m...

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Plourin-lès-Morlaix

This little outing in the countryside around Plourin will take you through the ages: a Celtic bridge marks the start of a beautiful rise in one of the loveliest sunken paths in the region. This route ...

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Névez

This circuit follows along the coast, offering wonderful viewpoints of the sea facing the Glénan archipelago, then winds its way to the 15th century village of Kercanic with its thatched cottages. For...

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La Feuillée

Park in the centre of La Feuillée. The old Rosporden/Plouescat railway line covered 132 km and 24 stations, and the ‘Train Patate’ (Spud train) ran along these rails from 1912 to 1932 transporting pas...

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Plougasnou

This walk runs along the coast of Morlaix Bay in Trégor, between Perhérel coastal point and Térenez cove, offering fabulous viewpoints over the tiny islands of the bay and Barnénez Peninsula. During o...

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Morlaix

Leaving from Morlaix, to reach Roscoff ferry port, the Tour de Manche shares the same cycle route as the Velodyssey, with the River Penzé leading the way. The little roads of this part of Brittany lea...

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Plonévez-Porzay

A remarkable circuit at along the bay offering views over Douarnenez and Cap de la Chèvre in the Crozon Peninsula. Following the GR34 coastal path, you’ll discover the sand dunes of Ste Anne la Palud ...

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Plougonven

Leaving from the old railway station of Coatélan, this circuit follows along the Morlaix-Carhaix Green Way (‘voie verte’), passing along the River Jarlot, ideal for a tranquil start. When you come out...

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Pleyber-Christ

This walking circuit through Queffleuth Valley offers the chance to see how the landscapes have evolved since the 19th century, as well as how they’ve been used. Follow in the footsteps of Potic the P...

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Daoulas

At the crossroads of water paths : starting at the bridge's mill. 7 numbered marks on the trail tell you about : water's strength, mains water, the Mignonne's watershed, farm managment of wetlands, th...

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Locmaria-Plouzané

The jagged cliffs of Déolen with their rocky escarpments, offer a fabulous view over the Crozon Peninsula and the Tas de Pois. This circuit is available in the Topoguide "Le pays d'Iroise... à pied", ...

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Plounéour-Ménez

A walk around the lands that once belonged to Conomor, a medieval ruler also known as the Breton Bluebeard, who fought Juduël in a bloody battle at Brank-Hallec in 554AD. In more recent times, this ar...

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Concarneau

After Rosporden, this recently-developed route is based on a former railway line that leads straight to the centre of Concarneau. The trail offers beautiful snapshot views of the surrounding countrysi...

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La Feuillée

Following part of a former railway, Plouescat-Rosporden, this walk to the heights of Roc’h Trévézel will show you the panoramic views across the landscape of the Arrée Mountains. Starting point: Place...

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Île-Molène

The largest in an archipelago or twenty different island, Molène boasts a remarkable setting and a heritage of great diversity. On this island, you get around on foot. The Tour de Molène circuit is av...

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Scaër

From Rosporden to Roscoff, Green Way n°7 opens up a world of possibilities. It has a sandy surface that’s fairly flat throughout, with plenty to look at and discover along the way and it’s open to eve...

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La Forêt-Fouesnant

Starting point at the port's captaincy : Port la Forêt. Take the coastal path along the pontoons towards the footbridge leading to the old port. Then, get back to the coastal path and head to the road...

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Saint-Martin-des-Champs

Starting in Morlaix's port, begin your walk by strolling on the docks and discovering the "Manufacture des tabacs". Then, the trail takes you on the heights of Porz an trez, and across the wooden vall...

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St- Hernot / Crozon

Passing through restored villages that were once home to fishermen, this walk will help you to discover the traditional habitat for those in the Crozon Peninsula, known as ‘le pen ti’. Leaving from th...

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Huelgoat

The Deer Circuit

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Morlaix

Once you get to the green way on the heights of the town, the marine spirit becomes more present. Then, this stage of "Velodyssée" evolves in a forest environnement, in a typical valley of the Arrée M...

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Scrignac

The Green Way (voie verte) continues to lead you through this nature-focused section of the Velodyssey, where you’ll feel you’ve been immersed in the greenery of Brittany. Huelgoat is well worth a det...

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Douarnenez

In 4 days, you can tour the Cap-Sizun, passing through Douarnenez Bay, the Pointe du Raz and Audierne Bay. Bus line Douarnenez/Audierne. The local transport network ‘Penn Ar Bed’ provides a coach link...

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Carhaix-Plouguer

This section of the Velodyssey is part of the Green Ways and cycle routes of Brittany, mostly based on former railway tracks that have been resurfaced to make them suitable for walking, cycling and ho...

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Crozon

Easy trail in the in the moors, offering really nice sights on Pen-Hir point and its "Tas de pois".

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Locquirec

From the car park at Porz ar Villiec beach, take the GR34 coastal path leading to the Pointe du Château. Follow the path around this coastal point (accessible to those of reduced mobility) and past th...

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Camaret-sur-Mer

An easy route through the moorland and heather, leaving from Saint-Julien chapel and offering pretty viewpoints over the Pointe de Pen-Hir and the Tas de Pois. Saint-Julien Chapel, your starting point...

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Henvic

Here’s your chance to explore the valley and river of La Penzé. For years, men have been farmers and sailors here. Between the railway bridge and the mouth of the Penzé, you’ll follow the river past a...

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Landunvez

The circuit of Trémazan. On the coast of Saint-Samson, you’re sure to appreciate the spectacle of the waters crashing against the rocks as soon as the wind begins to stir.

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Tréguennec

Located right in the heart of Audierne Bay, in the villages of Tréguennec and Tréogat, Trunvel lake is a stretch of water covering over 120 acres, surrounded by reed beds. It’s a true natural lagoon, ...

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Plougasnou

From the centre of Plougasnou, you can follow the coast to gradually discover Morlaix Bay, its rocky coastal points, the offshore prison ‘Château du Taureau’, Île Louët and the many tiny islands that ...

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