Hiking trail no. 34 - Le Tévenn

Lampaul-Ploudalmézeau Lampaul-Ploudalmézeau
  • Type Pedestrian
  • Distance 11 Km
  • Duration 3h20
  • Difficulty Medium
  • Walks
Ribl covered walkway
Church of Saint Paul Aurelian

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As you make your way along, you may come across a few seaweeds, blue thistles or other dune flowers.

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 parish enclosure, the Kerlanou site, the Tévenn Penn ar Pont headland, the Kerhign manor house and, last but not least, the Ribl covered walkway.

- Place du Bourg to GR 34 level chemin des dunes > Yellow
- GR 34 level chemin des dunes to allée couverte du Ribl > White - Red
- Allée couverte du Ribl to Place du Bourg > 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.

See the bottom of the page for all the activities and restaurants in the area.

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DEPARTURE: Saint Paul Aurélien church parking lot.

The commune's name is a reminder that it was originally a simple trève of the parish of Ploudalmézeau.
According to tradition, in the 6th century, after landing on Ouessant, Saint Pol Aurélien, future bishop of Léon, set up an oratory and temporary camp near the fountain. The present church, built on the same site 1100 years later, was dedicated to him.

Place du Bourg

It is also known as Chapelle de Saint-Eloi.

Kerlanou chapel

3 kilometers long, Tréompan beach is a white sandy beach where sandcastle contests and beach volleyball games are welcome.
In the shape of a cove and marked by the presence of the Rocher du Serpent, the beach is sheltered from the wind.
However, as you move away from the coast, the beach becomes a favorite playground for kitesurfers.

Tréompan Beach

The pretty Plage des Trois Moutons is a large beach with white sand and turquoise water, surrounded by dunes.

A surfer's paradise, here you can practice kitesurfing, windsurfing and all types of foiling.

Plage des Trois Moutons

Commonly known as the "Ribl covered alley".
Dates back to around 3,000 BC, named after an ancient watercourse.

The main chamber, accessible from the south-southeast, consisted of two rows of parallel pillars supporting slabs over a length of 10m. The first pillar was placed obliquely to mark the threshold.

At the far end of the chamber, we can still see a bedside slab on one side, perpendicular to the axis of the monument, and a cell on the other. Discoveries made during excavations in 1923 and 1924 suggest that it was still in use in the Bronze Age.

It was listed as a historic monument in February 1940.

 Pont Ar Bleiz covered walkway
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