The charm of the Côtes-d'Armor is first of all to be able to ride in a preserved nature, as much in the bocages of the interior as on the coast where cliffs and beaches follow small picturesque ports. Paradise landscapes to discover on motorbike over 140 km (3 hours) with a beautiful boat crossing to the island of Brehat.
There are 3 tourist stops on this route. You are free to stay for a few minutes or a few hours.
- Brehat island
- Castle Roche Jagut (*)
(*) Please check the opening hours and booking possibilities.
1. Paimpol: former city of Icelandic fishermen, Paimpol is a charming stopover whose rich past is also illustrated by the maritime Abbey of Beauport
2. Brehat island: untouched by automobile pollution, Bréhat is nicknamed the island of flowers, flowers that you can discover along the magnificent pedestrian paths
3. Castle Roche Jagut: protecting the Trieux estuary, the castle is the last witness of a defensive system built between Pontrieux and the archipelago of Brehat