Kermorvan lighthouse

A natural iodine destination

From lighthouses to islands



Maritime and sports year

Saint-Renan market


Discover the heart of the country



Trail en Iroise

Storm on the Phare du Four


Storm in Brittany

Segal Island


Unspoilt nature

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Iroise from lighthouse to island

A path of incredible discoveries!

Kermorvan lighthouse
(c) Thibault Poriel

At the heart of "La Route des Phares" (The Lighthouse Route)

Beaches, peninsulas, rocky points and dunes stretch along 90 kilometers of coastline along the GR®34. An opportunity to visit our landmark monuments! The Saint-Mathieu lighthouse, the Kermorvan lighthouse and the Trézien lighthouse welcome you all year round.

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Kermorvan lighthouse in Iroise
Saint-Mathieu lighthouse
Phare du Four Tourist route
Le Four lighthouse in Porspoder
On foot, by bike!

Take time to discover Iroise

Take your time, alone or with your family, to face the elements, nature and the many curiosities of the Iroise.

Between two lighthouses, between two beaches, discover FFR-marked hiking trails, mountain bike or bicycle circuits, and for the more experienced, explore the Iroise along the GR® 34 or the Littorale V45.


Iroise in 8 ports of call

Approaching the islands

Discover the islands and peninsulas of the Iroise via the coastal path or by boat to the islands of Molène and Ouessant.

A day on the island of Molène
Molène Island
(c) Franck Gicquiaud
(c) Thibault Poriel

A rich and diverse heritage

Saint-Renan market
(c) Thibault Poriel

Saint-Renan, one of France's most beautiful detours

On Saturday mornings, head to the medieval town of Saint-Renan to discover its historic circuit and Finistère's biggest market. Your senses will be awakened! In all seasons, stroll along the shores of the lakes and watch the vegetation change color.


The Kerloas menhir

Did you know? The tallest standing menhir in the world is Kerloas, in Plouarzel. It measures 9.50m above ground level. Impressive!

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the Kerloas Menhir
The Kerloas menhir, the highest in the world.
Horse festival in Tréouergat

From villages to sunken lanes

From villages to sunken lanes, discover an authentic Brittany that smells of wet grass. Here, traces of the past spring up from the paths (fountains, crosses...), festivals enliven the villages all year round and the whole family can have fun at the Récré des 3 Curés, Brittany's biggest amusement park.

La récré des 3 curés
La Récré des 3 Curés amusement park
(c) Emmanuel Berthier
Storm on the Phare du Four
©Franck Gicquiaud
Segal Island
(c) Thibault Poriel
Iroise Bretagne: from lighthouses to islands

The naturally iodized destination

The extreme tip of Finistère, facing the Molène archipelago and the island of Ouessant, Iroise, with its evocative names such as Le Conquet, Portsall and Pointe Saint-Mathieu, is a concentrate of Brittany: hiking on the GR® 34, lighthouse visits, sandy beaches, island escapades and intense emotions await you at the end of the world.

Intense & wild

Le Conquet, la pointe Saint-Mathieu, Portsall, Ouessant... With the rhythm of the seasons, you can breathe in the Iroise and expose yourself to the elements. Feel, observe and touch at your fingertips the precious nature that surrounds us, and discover unspoilt sites, cultural and leisure areas, and a wide choice ofwater sports, leisure and sportingactivities.

Your inspiration in Iroise

Saint-Mathieu Point

Le Conquet




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Enjoy your stay in Iroise

On the Iroise at the moment? Whether you're a visitor or a local... Here are some good addresses and ideas for activities to help you make the most of the moment.

Discover the end of the world, closer and more accessible than you can imagine!

The extreme tip of Brittany, the Iroise offers wide-open spaces and a promising horizon: here, the days stretch on forever, with magnificent sunsets. So you can wander from lighthouse to island along the coast between cliffs and sandy beaches. And take refuge inland when the wind blows hard. Enjoy your stay!

Map of the area