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Le Chemin de la Sardine

Foot in Douarnenez
4.5 km
Foot
Easy
  • The Sardine Trail ('chemin de la sardine') is a walk taking around 2 hours that helps you to discover Douarnenez and its history. Each information panel is translated into English.

  • The Sardine Trail explains the history of the sardine in this town, dating back to the Gallo-Roman period and continuing to the most recent of transformations in Douarnenez port. Follow the rounded bronze markers on the streets and pavements, which will lead you to 17 different information panels, illustrated with old photos of the town.

    The circuit begins at the natural heritage site and viewpoint of Plomarc'h, overlooking the bay and the port, sending you on a discovery trail that will...
    The Sardine Trail explains the history of the sardine in this town, dating back to the Gallo-Roman period and continuing to the most recent of transformations in Douarnenez port. Follow the rounded bronze markers on the streets and pavements, which will lead you to 17 different information panels, illustrated with old photos of the town.

    The circuit begins at the natural heritage site and viewpoint of Plomarc'h, overlooking the bay and the port, sending you on a discovery trail that will take you to Rosmeur Port with its alleyways and coloured facades, to the Port Rhu, and to the sea front facing Île Tristan.
    Come to the Tourist Office and ask for our leaflet on The Sardine Trail to take the first step.
    Duration: 2 hours
    Difficulty level: easy.
    A few steps at certain points.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
    • English
    • Breton
  • Documentation
    GPX / KML files allow you to export the trail of your hike to your GPS (or other navigation tool)
Points of interest
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