Finistère Rando - Toute la randonnée en Finistère

Walks

5,300 km of walks

Head off on the well-signed trails through Finistère for exceptional walks right in the heart of nature. Whatever your level, whether you’re impressively fit or have limited mobility, these trails will help you to discover unique and memorable landscapes.

GR : Long-distance walking paths

Finistère is criss-crossed by long-distance walking paths known as ‘GR’ trails, which allow you to discover the area in all its facets and all its beauty.

Grande RandonnéeThe many walking paths that thread through this region include:
  • The GR 34, a truly varied coastal path that follows the entire coastline for over 800 km
  • The GR 38 that crosses the Black Mountains from Douarnenez to Motreff for more than 110 km
  • The GR 37 from the Crozon Peninsula to Carhaix passing through the Arrée Mountains
  • The GR 380 around the Arrée Mountains and our flamboyant historic churches

More about the GR34

To find out moreFédération française de randonnée - Finistère

Contact Finistère’s Walking and Hiking Board.
ffrandonnee29@cegetel.net
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Spotlight on... The Camino de Santiago

Finistère is home to several starting points for pilgrims wanting to follow the Camino de Santiago (also known as ‘The Way of Saint James’). These include the Pointe Saint-Mathieu (near the town of Plougonvelin), Moguériec (near Sibiril) and Locquirec. The paths that leave from Moguériec and Locquirec meet at Morlaix before crossing through the centre of Finistère.
Quimperlé to the south-east is at the junction of the paths in Finistère and allows walkers to reach Nantes.
These paths include many sections on roads. Originally, pilgrims would have travelled by boat to reach Santiago de Compostela in north-west Spain.

Circuit accessible aux personnes à mobilité réduite

Walks to suit everyone

Finistère offers a number of paths that are safe for people of impaired mobility to access independently, across 15 or so sites.
These paths are listed on our "circuits" page. You’ll also find all the information you need on the activities, accommodation and restaurants officially recognised as accessible or with a ‘Tourism and Handicap’ label, on our website www.finistere-accessible.com (in French only).
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