The GR34 coastal path
Discover the country of Quimperlé whilst strolling along this mythical costal path belonging to Brittany. The GR34 (circuit of Great Walks) is also known as the “Customs Officers’ Footpath”. 80 of the 1,800 kilometre long footpath cross the Country of Quimperlé and can be found when going through Riec-sur-Bélon in the west and Le Pouldu in the east or when going up north crossing the hinterland towards Guilligomarc'h.
Follow the red and white beacons and be guided by a wealth of heritage and natural wonders such as the forest of Carnoët and the Roches du Diable’s site (the Devil’s Rocks’ site) in Guilligomarc'h. Admire our costal landscapes with their cliffs, their beaches of fine sand and especially the rias, absolute jewels !
The GR34 crosses Quimperlé which gives the perfect opportunity to visit this historical town and its many historical monuments like Sainte-Croix’s Abbey (the Abbey of St Cross).
All throughout your journey, you will be able to observe this territory’s heritage: chapels, fountains, Calvaries, megaliths, gallery graves, medieval ruins, feudal mounts and mills.