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You can see where the lighthouse keeper must have lived right next door to the lighthouse but obviously the pink granite lighthouse itself is what everyone comes to see. A bit of a chunky building but lovely surroundings and a great photo stop on your...More
This is one of the main attractions on the pink granite coast. We were fortunate to be in a hotel right on the nearest coastal access point, the Saint Guirec beach, and it was an easy 5 minute walk to the nearest lookout where the...More
We visited this place on a "sunny day" for a walk and ended up spending 3hrs here. That's how time flew! Our plan was to visit this area for its pink granite rocks and to have a stroll along side the sea. I must say...More
This is a attraction that must be visited when in the area. The enormous pink granite formations are fascinating. It makes for a very interest walk. Nourishment will be needed after a good walk. Agree with other favorable comments. Tourist info center not always open.
France attractions has no limits and Brittany is full of them this place is simply amazing but of course in summer and especially in sunny days the Plage de Saint Guirec is beautiful the lighthouse scenery is great the pink granite stones are wonderful, restaurants...More
This lighthouse is situated in one of the most remarkable places I have seen. First lit in the 1800s, the light was destroyed during 1944 but rebuilt by 1948. It has the chunky look which fits well with the pink granite rocks which surround it....More
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Yes. The area is definitely dog friendly and there is a path to walk by right by the water. Many people had dogs they were walking with. Probably a leash would be advisable since it's close to the cliffs and there are many... More
Yes. The area is definitely dog friendly and there is a path to walk by right by the water. Many people had dogs they were walking with. Probably a leash would be advisable since it's close to the cliffs and there are many people.