A short boat trip from Erquy , Binic and Paimpol will allow you to reach the island of Bréhat. Forget the car, on the island we only walk or bike …
The island of Bréhat is composed of two islands connected by a bridge erected by Vauban in 1695 . To the south, visit the village and its 16th century church and to the north discover more wild landscapes.
Classified natural site
The island of Bréhat is the first ranked natural site in France ! Nature lovers will be charmed by the lush vegetation of the island and especially the flowers. Mimosa, aloe, palm, eucalyptus, agave, camellias, hydrangeas, agapanthus and other plants and herbs from the Brittany coast. The fauna is also exceptional. No less than 120 species come here to take refuge, from the kestrel, to the larks to the gannets or the Siberian pugs.
To see : The lighthouse of Peacock, the glassworks of Bréhat, the mill of Birlot. A small train makes you visit the island on a circuit of about 40 minutes.