Hiking in Quimperlé, which way to go?
Many tourists come to Quimperlé and Southern Finistère to enjoy the landscapes and undertake beautiful hiking trails. The team, at the Novalis Hotel, Quimperlé has worked together to select the most beautiful hikes in and around Quimperlé.
Walks in the city of Quimperlé
Equipped with your walking shoes, follow in the steps of Glenmor for 10 km through the steep alleys of Quimperlé and the paths along the river Ellé. On this peaceful route, you will discover the Sainte-Croix abbey church, the Halles and the historic Maison des Archers (Archers House).
You can also start a nice route from the lower town. After 10 km along the ria, you will quickly reach the Toulfoen forest. Walk along the Surcouf wharf, then walk along René-Brévini Drive and at the end, you take a wooden footbridge from where the hike of the Krebs-Savary loop, two famous Quimperlois, begins.
The GR 34 around Quimperlé
Take the TBK bus of line 7 which will take you to Guilligomarc’h. From there, take the GR34E, which will take you along the river and back to Quimperlé. Another option, leave for Le Pouldu and return following the GR34 and GR34E for 20 km.
Take the boat to go hiking!
Another beautiful hike, that starts at the bottom of the village of Poldou. From there, you will cross the ria with the maritime shuttle, then discover the abbey of Saint-Maurice. Then you can follow the Laïta river for about ten kilometres.
Pont-Aven Port Manech by the GR 34
From Pont-Aven, the famous city of artists, you can take a boat to Port-Manech. The idea? Enjoy the sea air before returning on foot.
Moëlan-sur-Mer towards the port of Belon
From Moëlan-sur-Mer, you can also take the boat to the port of Le Belon de Riec-sur-Belon. From there, simply follow the “Paul-Gauguin” hiking trail and look up at the Belon, the mouth of the Aven and the Finistère countryside.
So…are we on the move?