An island joins itself to land
Island, isn’t really no more
But the essential still remains...
The sea is ever-present
She left her mark on nature
She left her mark on men
Summer for her beaches
Winter for her landscapes
All year round for her breath of fresh air
Saint-Jacut wants itself intimate and friendly, opened and secretive, above all ___
See you soon for a singular holiday.
This great tour of the peninsula is meant for hikers; it can be discovered through two distinct paths of a 6km/3.7miles distance.
Let yourself be energised and jump in a great bath of sea spray, sun and, according to the season, sea water.
Have a nice discovery
(The suggested circuits are given as an indication and do not take into account the possible terrain or environment evolution. The users’ personal responsibility is engaged by the use of these circuits, the office de tourisme disengages itself from any responsibility regarding the use of the maps and possible accidents that may occur on the proposed itinerary.)
max. 43 m
min. -5 m
Styles : HikingSea
Public : FamilySportsmenBackpackerOccasional hikersExperienced hikersScientistsTeenagersSchool
Themes : CulturalPatrimony
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For the journey to be nicer, we recommend taking the path on the left, between the houses, toward the Plage desPrêtres and therefore walk on the beach.
During certain tides, this pass is not accessible and you must, then, follow the GR signs by keeping on the road.
We hope you had a lovely time on our paths.
Apart from a small junction section, the whole itinerary can be found on the GR34, also called “chemin des douaniers”, marked out in white and red.
It is possible, at low tide (you must get the details on how to), to go round the peninsula through its beaches. It’s a little shorter but also easier.