Hiking trail no. 33 - The Tréompan dunes

Ploudalmézeau Ploudalmézeau
  • Type Pedestrian
  • Distance 11 Km
  • Duration 3h
  • Difficulty Medium
  • Walks
Treompan beach
Treompan beach
Treompan beach
Carn 7 Island
ploudalmezeau moulin neuf

About us

The Korrigans seemed to be particularly fond of the Lestrémeur mill, where they played a thousand tricks on the poor miller. Sometimes they would cause a din as if the house were about to shatter, sometimes you could hear balls rolling from one end of the upstairs floor to the other...

With the circuits published by "Iroise Bretagne", choose quality hiking with official circuits marked and maintained by the Fédération Française de Randonnée du Finistère and Pays d'Iroise Communauté.

Along the way, you'll discover the Moulin Neuf garden, the Kerlanou chapel and Carn Island.

- Jardin du Moulin Neuf to GR 34 level rue Theven Cleguerien > Yellow
- GR 34 level rue Theven Cleguerien to île Carn > White - Red
- île Carn to Jardin du Moulin Neuf > Yellow

At the Iroise Bretagne Tourist Office, you'll find hard-copy hiking maps and topoguides published by the Fédération Française de Randonnée du Finistère.

At the bottom of the page, you can see all the activities and restaurants in the area.

Documents to download
Step 1/3:

DEPARTURE: Parking du jardin du Moulin Neuf, route de Lannilis, 29830 Ploudalmézeau.

The Moulin Neuf garden features a pond, natural wetlands, streams and a water garden. Collections of roses, hydrangeas and fuchsias are on display.
A large rockery is home to a wide variety of succulent plants. Animals (domestic and non-domestic) can also be found in this public park.

Jardin du Moulin Neuf
Kerlanou chapel

The presence of man on the Pays d'Iroise coast has been noted since 4200 BC. On this mythical island, accessible only at low tide, you'll find a Cairn (a tumulus 30 m in diameter and 8 m high) comprising 3 burial chambers. It was listed as a historic monument in 1955.
The island is only accessible at low tide when the tidal range is at least 80°.

Carn Island
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