Le port de Gwing Zégal à Plouha

What to see and do in Plouha?

Situated on the coast of Goëlo, Plouha and its coastline offer magnificent wild landscapes between its beaches and creeks and its picturesque little ports. Lovers will fall under the spell of this natural setting. Kerégal is a small hamlet located between the green valley and the Palus beach.

Our favourite spots

  • Hiking along the customs path, Hike along the customs path from Plage du Palus to Anse de Bréhec.
  • Discover the beaches of Plouha. Awarded the Blue Flag for the quality of the water on its beaches.
  • Discover the charming little port of Gwing Zégal.
  • Visit the chapel of Ker Maria an Iskuit
  • The Craca mill in Plouézec.

Hike along the customs path facing the blue immensity.

Discover the highest cliffs in Brittany. A beautiful walk awaits you. From the Palus beach, take the staircase next to the Chez Paulette restaurant. A few steps and you're on the GR 34. On the path along the coast, you'll come to the Pointe de Plouha - 104 m - with a magnificent view over the Bay of Saint-Brieuc, the port of Gwing Zégal, the Plage Bonaparte and finally the Plage de Bréhec. We love this walk for its wild, unspoilt landscape.

View of the sea from the customs path

Discover the beaches of Plouha

Plouha's coastline has plenty of beaches to enjoy a relaxing swim.

Plage du Palus is a lovely beach where families like to meet up. A play park makes this an ideal spot for families with very young children. There are swings, a zip line, a course and a play area with a net for older children. This is my beach!

Plage du Palus

In Port Moguer, the beach is hidden from view behind the rocks on your right. Be careful when the sea rises!

Bonaparte beach, formerly known as Anse Cochat, is a hot spot for resistance fighters. Bonaparte is the code name used by the resistance: the Shelburn network. It is a very popular beach for nature lovers. Access to the beach is via a tunnel dug into the cliff.

Plage Bonaparte

The beach at Bréhec is a meeting place where friendships are made.

In the commune of Tréveneuc, Port Gorêt beach is undoubtedly one of the wildest in the Bay of Saint-Brieuc.

Discover the charming little port of Gwing Zégal.

Discover this ancient anchorage! Along the customs path, you'll reach the port of Gwin Zegal. This 5ᵉ century anchorage, made up of piles, allowed boats to moor. to moor. It is still in use today. This is my favourite spot!

Gwin Zégal Beach

Visit the chapel of Kermaria An Iskuit

This is a must-see during your stay in Plouha. This chapel, listed as a Historic Monument, takes you back through the history of the 15ᵉ century. With its beautiful exterior architecture, it houses a fresco depicting a danse macabre: the powerful civilians and religious of the time, the simple folk, forming sarabands while holding hands with numerous skeletons. All equal in the face of death! The chapel of Ker Maria an Iskuit](/uploads/Foto_Jet_7_9b0261b443.jpg) Six other chapels to pique your curiosity. The Kerégal chapel close to the gîtes**, the M. d'Amandine and Julie's landmark**, the Saint-Jean chapel. Sainte-Eugénie chapel, Saint-Samson chapel, Trinité chapel.

The Kerégal Chapel](/uploads/Foto_Jet_6_13ea22a06f.jpg) Chapelle

Practical info

Plouha market and shops

Plouha is a dynamic town centre with a large number of food shops. You'll find everything you need.

Restaurants close to your gîte.

  • La crêperie des Falaises and Chez Paulette on the Palus beach, just a few minutes' walk from Amandine, Julie and Jules.
  • Le Bivouac : Every lunchtime, from Monday to Saturday, a slate-style meal featuring local produce.
  • Le Barbe: Family-run café-culture for concerts,
  • Les Viviers de St-Marc (les Mareyeurs bretons) in Tréveneuc. Specialities: Coquilles Saint-Jacques from the Bay of St-Brieuc, Seafood, Bouchot mussels from the Bay, Fish. Good-natured atmosphere
  • Rolland in Plouhran. Fish and vegetable specialities So perfect
  • Château-Hôtel de Boisgelin Mathieu Kergourlay's gourmet restaurant. Pléhédel. Starred chef.
  • Chez Tonton in Plouézec on the beach at Bréhec. Bistro de la mer, family restaurant.
  • Crêperie-Tea room in Plouha. Plouha.

Restaurant du domaine de Boigeslin

Tourist office

Falaises d'Armor Tourist Office - 5, Avenue Laënnec - 22580 Plouha +33(0)2 96 70 12 47.

Activities and Leisure

  • Coasteering is an activity that combines swimming in the sea, jumping and rock climbing. An activity close to nature, between mineral and sea.
  • Sea kayaking at Bréhec and the Palus beach all summer long
  • Discover seaweed with algues armorique. Thierry DUIZET offers activities and culinary workshops. He'll help you discover all their natural virtues.
  • Ice swimming, the winter swim in a swimming costume every year in February.

Don't hesitate to consult activities in Plouha. Ice swinmming