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Nine delightful communities

YOU'RE IN BRITTANY!

You've weighed anchor in the enchanting Breton country, where the names have magical celtic lilt - Kerfot, Lanleff, Lanloup, Paimpol, Pléhédel, Ploubazlanec, Plouézec, Plourivo, Yvias and of course the mythical l’île de Bréhat. A warm welcome, friendly people, and an unforgettable authenticity are the hallmarks of your holiday in Brittany

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Paimpol-Goelo, Terra Natura

Paimpol-Goëlo, looking seawards

Port Paimpol

Arriving at the Pointe du Goëlo and looking out to sea, your eye falls first on the l’île de Bréhat with its legendary stories and charm. The old fishing port, whose tradition stretches back to the great cod fishing expeditions to Iceland, is the heart of Paimpol town. Overlooking the sea at Plouézec, the Britanny bocage stretches off in all directions.

 

Port d'intérêt patrimonial

 

The Town of Paimpol belongs to the Port d'Intérêt Patrimonial net (Port with interesting heritage) that protects and highlights historic portuary heritage.

 

 

Les plus beaux détours de France

 

 

The Town of Paimpol is a member of the Plus Beaux Détours de France (most beautiful spots in France) that highlights nice destinations and regularly evaluates them.

 

 

 

Paimpol-Goëlo, a wonderful coastline

Archipel Bréhat

An amazingly rich environment. The banks of the Trieux estuary are fantastically elaborate, with inlets, creeks, promontories and above all a great many small islands around Ploubazlanec. A million places to discover around Paimpol and Plourivo... and at the end of the estuary, the sea beckons.

Paimpol-Goëlo, hiker's heaven!

Château Hôtel Golf Boisgelin Paimpol

The main tourist activity around Paimpol is concentrated at the coast, but back in the countryside is a paradise of gently undulating farmland with woodlands, the windmills of Plourivo, Yvias and Lanleff, the calm of the little-known Correc valley near Kerfot and many more delights to discover.

In villages such as Pléhédel and Lanloup, the many small watercourses were once used to power flax mills - the economy of a golden age to which the beautiful church of Lanloup  bears witness.

Paimpol-Goëlo, the quintessential Brittany