From the Côte de Granit rose to the Cap d’Erquy-Cap Fréhel, we take you on a tour of iconic sites and breathtaking panoramas.
the GR34 is a prime destination for nature lovers and hikers. Moorland and heather, the famous rocks of the Côte de Granit Rose, steep cliffs, coves and sandy beaches, invite relaxation and contemplation.
Walking the GR34 along theCôte Sauvage, you’ll also discover iconic sites such as the phare de Ploumanac’h, known for its majestic silhouette, and cap Fréhel, with its imposing cliffs jutting out into the ocean.
So many prestigious sites that your Villages de Gîtes hosts will be keen to help you discover all along a coast with a wild character.
So put on your walking shoes and set off to discover this Breton wonder, you won’t be disappointed!