Cruise from Lorient to Ouessant
Along the coast of Brittany undoubtedly provides the most beautiful and most interesting navigation in metropolitan France. The coasts offer sumptuous and varied landscapes; an almost permanent wind inflates the sails of the Intrepid swift and comfortable.
From the south to the west of Brittany, the gentle coastline with unique and mythical landscapes such as the Glénan Archipelago or Concarneau Bay, will progressively give way to a wilder, more beautiful and unspoiled coastline to the west. , in the Iroise Sea.
Walking along the coast from capes to cliffs, bays lined with sandy beaches in abers or porzh granitic, in a changing light, brings you a real discovery of another fantastic world.
The Glénan Archipelago presents a myriad of islands, islands of dunes and pebbles surrounded by transparent and often turquoise water. Called the Breton Seychelles, it is a protected site unique in Europe, endemic flora and a special fauna that you may cross the gigantic and placid basking shark.
The Iroise Sea.
Bordered by 5 points of cliffs, the archipelago of Molène and the islands of Sein and Ushant, this small sea dotted with pebbles and islets, animated by strong currents, pots and swirls, provides an exciting navigation in a universe breathtaking beauty.
Sein and his Raz
Nothing but its surroundings are a wonder, so much the island at the water's edge, swept by winds and tides seems suspended between sky and foam.
A stone's throw from the majestic Cape Sizun, the island determines the Raz de Sein, often impressive when the wind blows against the current and rises a choppy sea on a few hundred meters.
Caressed by the strong currents of the Four and the Fromveur, this island in the shape of a crab claw, you will be approaching a world apart where you can still see its history and its particular lifestyles, including its unique dish which is the ragout of lamb cooked under the peat, and other vestiges of small family mills.
Everything, moreover, is particular: its fauna with the black sheep of Ouessant , the smallest species of sheep in the world, the gray seals on the north coast, the shags, the Fulmars nesting on the eastern cliffs, its multicolored flora with heather mauve, yellow gorse and broom, blue gillyflowers and agapanthus, which dot the moor.
Its 5 lighthouses that surround the island are just as special, including the lighthouse Creac'h, the second most powerful lighthouse in the world, which houses the "Museum of lighthouses and beacons"
Duration: 5 days, 4 nights from Monday to Friday.
Day 1: Port Manec'h, Concarneau, Glénan, Loctudy or Benodet.
Day 2: Guilvinec, Ste Evette, Audierne or Douarnenez.
Day 3: Ushant as much as possible.
Day 4: Ste Evette, Audierne, Guilvinec or Loctudy
Day 5: Return Lorient