Wind and clouds greeted the start of our hike from the big beach at Telgruc-sur-Mer, the Plage de Trez-Bellec. Telgruc is the next town down the Crozon peninsula from us; this beach is presumably the source of its name – -sur-Mer means “on the sea.”
We both agreed that this was our nicest hike so far. While others may have been more scenic every step of the way, this one has a really nice mix of terrain – beach, rocky points, a steep section to wake up our legs, pine forest, heather and gorse, and, at the furthest point we hiked to, spectacular views.
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