Trebeurden and the Pink Granite Coast
Pointe de Bihit, the must-do hike in Tréberuden
Culminating at a height of 88 metres, the Bihit peninsula is a wonderful place for a walk or a picnic. It is a protected coastal site situated between the beaches of Tresmeur and Pors Mabo. Covered in gorse, heather and fern, this place gives an edge-of-the-world impression and a view of the Lannion bay, the islands off the coast of Tresmeur and the Batz island. It is an ideal spot to see the sunset!
The entire hike is a loop and takes 45 minutes to complete. (Do not forget your waking shoes). The start is 2km from the hotel and can be reached in 5 min by car or 35 min by foot.
The GR 34, from Trébeurden to Perros Guirec
The GR 34 follows the Breton coast for 2,000km, but it is on the section between Ploumanac'h and Perros Guirec, also known as the sentier des douaniers (Customs Road) that you can discover the most impressive part of the famous Pink Granite Coast with its extraordinary landscapes. Sculpted by the sea and the wind, enormous blocks of granite mark out this legendary path that is sure to delight walkers and hikers alike. The GR 34 path can be reached within a few minutes of the hotel.