From Sainte-Marine to Pors Poulhan
Photographic discovery of Pays Bigouden
2 to 3 days, 1-5 participants
The Pays Bigouden is host to a multitude of photographic jewels. Along the coast, you will discover the most beautiful spots together with me. Fixed points of the programme are the little town Combrit Sainte-Marine in the south east, Port Poulhan in the north west and the little harbour of Lesconil.
The detailed programme is developed according to your wishes. In order to offer you the best possible photographic conditions, foreseeable factors such as tides and their coefficients, swell or course of the sun must be taken into consideration. Alternatives will be offered should, for example, the weather be bad. However, photography is possible also in rainy conditions; even during stormy weather, which is common during the winter.
Day 1: from Sainte Marine to Lesconil, via Île-Tudy
Day 2: from Lesconil to Saint-Guénolé
Day 3: from Saint-Guénolé to Pors Poulhan
The spots are as diverse as the coast of Pays Bigouden itself: white sandy beaches, rocks, chapels and ruins, surfers and kiters in action, busy fishing ports, all beneath the unbelievable variety of the Breton sky. Breaks, transport and transport times are all planned. Depending on your preferences and your budget, I recommend restaurants and hotels along the route, all previously tested by me, the costs for which you cover yourself. I can of course assist you with the reservations.
The following pictures were taken along the planned route: