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Looking down the beach on a hazy day

Image credit: Mark Berthelemy

The beach at Kermabec is at the north end of a massive (3 mile / 5km) sandy beach, with its southern end marked by the Pointe de la Torche.

Head for the village of Treguennec, and then keep going towards the imposing dunes until you reach the huge free car park. From here, you can head to the beach (with lifeguards in the summer), explore the 2nd World War pebble crushing factory, or just walk or cycle the extensive network of quiet lanes and off-road paths.

Once you’re away from the car park and the entrance to the beach, you will rarely see anyone. Yet this whole area is a magnet for holiday makers. They come for the wild, windswept coastline, the seascapes and big skies. I can see why.

Plage de Kermabec, 29720 Tréguennec

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Last updated: August 21, 2023

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