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The island is a non-auto place and it is very charming. Walking around you see very nice houses and beautiful views of the sea. North and South offer different experience. Easy to reach by boat from the port across. We spent a very nice day.
We spent a lovely 3 days on Ile de Brehat a truly hidden gem. Very peaceful and tranquil helped by fact that there are no cars. We visited in September so island was relatively quiet. Mainly French visitors. Lots of beautiful places to explore either...More
When you want to visit the island take tour 2 for €16 pp and you'll be taken around the island (appx 45 minutes) in stead of a simple crossing (15 minutes for €10 pp).
On the island there are many paths die walking or maybe...More
Recommended for an excursion. The island is very pittoresk and he views are simply beautiful. Moreover the excursion is well worth the money. We suggest renting a bike at one of the many shops to get the most out of it. A hidden gem is...More
Plenty of car parking (6.50 per day). Just take the 15 minute crossing unless you enjoy rough seas. We did the 45 minute round island cruise, and once we rounded Brehat it got very rough (on a beautiful clear sunny day).reat walking routes (watch out...More
We were looking forward to visiting this island as there are so many 5 star write-ups it seemed not to be missed.
There was a queue of traffic for some distance before the car parks and it took some time to reach the ferry.
I loved this island. For a start it's beautiful so it is a joy to walk around. From tasteful homes and gardens on the south isle to a more rustic north isle there is always something interesting around the corner for you to see or...More
It is a charming island with some beautiful, authentic old houses. The activities are walking all over to see the island and the houses, maybe visit a small church. Not many restaurants or shops except in the town where the ferry lands, so if you...More
I've been there for some hours. It's a nice place. Maybe there are too many people around, but it's still beautiful to see. To arrive to Ile de great there is a boat leaving from a small harbour 10 minutes from Paimpol. The harbour in...More