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Visit Brest and its surrounding area

Setting off from Europe’s largest roadstead, explore the lighthouse route and estuaries, the headlands, the islands at the end of the world, Landerneau, Plougastel-Daoulas peninsula (which gave its name to the famous “Plougastel strawberries”), or the Armorique Natural Regional Park, which is quintessentially Breton and an area with a rich natural and cultural heritage, perfect for meeting people and setting off on an adventure.

Unique experiences

Head for the Pointe Saint-Mathieu, one of Brittany's most beautiful sites with its steep cliffs swept by the wind and the ruins of its former abbey. Set sail for the islands at the end of the world, Ouessant and Molène, or to discover the Côte des Abers, also known as the Côte des Légendes. Then go to Landerneau, a festive and authentic town, famous for Rohan Bridge, one of the last remaining inhabited bridges in Europe, and the nearby Plougastel peninsula with its incredible calvary, its chapels and Daoulas abbey.
Finistère has a never-ending supply of wonders to visit.

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