#1 The GR®34, by the sea
A flight of cormorants mingling with that of seagulls, a small fisherman's boat hauling in its net, a couple shaving the rocks on their paddle, a jogger training for his next trail... Following the GR®34 is far from monotonous, and even less so at Destination Quimperlé-Les Rias! The sea is never far away.
Considered to be the most seafaring of France's long-distance footpaths (GR), it runs for more than 2,000 km along the coast of Brittany. Well-known for its red and white markings, the route has the advantage of being accessible to everyone. The GR®34 offers magnificent views of the coastline, whether you're doing a short Sunday stroll over a few kilometres, a ½-day loop hike or a multi-day itinerary.