Tristan Island - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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About Tristan Island
A beautiful island which is historically and also naturally famous around Brittany. The visitors are allowed at a certain time and this place is closely associated with Breton legends and the lost island of Ys. the island has become part of the national Parc Naturel Marin d'Iroise in the year of 2007. One of the beautiful places where you can see the historical trails of the olden ages and also the uninhabited natural beauty.
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15.26km from Tristan Island
A small and beautiful mountain which was located in Finistere. This place gives a panoramic view of this area and also Mysterious traces of stone walls have been found around the top of this mountain, but no one is quite sure from when they date. visitors have a choice of walks around the mountain or, for the more adventurous, paragliding, or micro-lighting rides. This place is associated with so many myths and also history says more about it.
Cap de la Chèvre
17.75km from Tristan Island
The southern tip of the Curzon peninsula and also the beautiful moors covered cliffs offers a nice view of the sea and the long sandy beaches is nice for a sunbath. This place is famous among surfers but swimming is prohibited here because of the high waves. This place is apt for an outing with your family and can enjoy the natural beauty by along walk through the sandy beach.
Saint Corentin Cathedral
21.02km from Tristan Island
One of the majestic cathedral in the city of Britanny which has so much historical importance. The gothic architecture and the multi-colored stone facing and pillars increase the beauty of this 15th-century cathedral. it also has a beautiful collection of stained glass of the 15th century. One of the main pilgrimage centres in this area and is also the main tourist attraction too.
22.19km from Tristan Island
The Nantes–Brest canal is a French canal which links the two seaports of Nantes and Brest through inland Brittany. It was built in the early 19th century, and its total length as built was 385 km with 238 locks. This was the most ambitious canal project ever completed in France. One of the main sources of water in this area and also a tourist attraction too. The canal has been revived and ownership has been transferred from the State to Brittany Region, except for the short length in Pays de la
Château de Dinan
22.93km from Tristan Island
A majestic castle which was built in 1382 by John IV of Montfort, Duke of Brittany. It stands on the Medieval rampart of the town. It was an example of the ancient architecture of France and also it paves light to the ancient history of this area. The castle was listed for protection as a monument historique in 1886. It is owned by the commune and houses the local museum.
Parc naturel régional d'Armorique
24.44km from Tristan Island
This beautiful regional park which was created in 1969, was the second of its kind in France. Extending over 425 000 acres. It includes a wide variety of landscapes, settings, and activities that reflect the diversity of the beautiful environment. One of the nice trekking destinations and also there are chances of so many adventure activities too. It also has a vast variety of wildlife too.