BEACHES AS FAR AS THE EYE CAN SEE
Discover the creeks, beaches and dunes at Pointe de Trévignon (a 740 acre natural conservation area and Natura 2000 site).
Also discover Tahiti beach or Sables Blancs beach. You will be surprised at the whiteness of the sand and colour of the water which becomes turquoise in the sunshine. This area isn’t too busy so is perfect for sunbathing.
A STUNNING VIEW OVER THE GLENAN ISLANDS
Sit on the terrace of a bar, brasserie or crêperie at Pointe de Trévignon and admire the view over Trévignon harbour, the boats coming and going, the beaches and the islands in the distance.
Trégunc boasts a large number of marked footpaths and hiking circuits. Take the GR34 coastal path past the fish auction and slipway in Trévignon then head for the village of Kérascoët or Kercanic and admire the pretty thatched houses and view over the ocean.
You can take a guided tour, called « Pierre et Légendes » (stones and legends), a 2 and a half hour tour suitable for all ages. The guide will tell you tales from the past and give information about the menhirs.
Concerts, firework displays, beach sports, festivals, sports events (trail running, cycling, races), traditional fêtes.
TREGUNC IN A FEW WORDS
Trégunc is located at the gates to Concarneau and 12 minutes from Pont-Aven. Stretching over 12 500 acres, Trégunc boasts a rich diversity of landscapes : the 23 km stretch of coast is made up of beaches, rocks, creeks, dunes and harbours buzzing with activity.
Trégunc is also rich in history and heritage : houses and fences made from standings stones, bread ovens, menhirs and legendary stones.