The Presqu’île Sauvage, land strip surrounded by the Trieux and Jaudy rivers, ends with the astonishing Sillon de Talbert, classified as an "Outstanding Area of Brittany".
Coastal arrow of sand and pebbles advancing in the sea for nearly 3 km, the Sillon de Talbert is home to many species of migratory and nesting birds (Brant, sandpipers, sternes, gravelot…), seals and specific flora (marine cabbage, blue thistle...).
From this truly peaceful and authentic area, you can journey to other local sites:
- The Bréhat Island and its archipelago of 86 islands and cays
- The Côte de Granit Rose and its Sentier des Douaniers between Perros-Guirec and Ploumanac’h
- Paimpol and its cliffs circuit
- The nature reserve of the Sept Iles
- The Beauport seashore Abbey and its gardens
- Tréguier and its Saint Tugdual cathedral
- The La Roche Jagu Castle and its 120 acres park
- The Kestellic exotic garden
- The Kerdalo gardens
In summer you can discover the culture of Brittany by participating in many fest-noz, local festivals, pardons…