Along the "Sentier Littoral" or coastal pathway from Pleubian to the Sillon de Talbert, a small orientation point, Creac'h Maout, offers silent testimony of events that happened there during WWII. It can be reached by a narrow and at times steep path leading up hill from the Sentier. A mere few minutes later one finds oneself in the ruines of what used to be a lookout post and signing station for marine traffic. It now harbours a panorama table, displaying several of the features of the surrounding landscape such as islands and lighthouses etc..On the side of the ruin of the house a large plaque tells the story of what went on in this location during a period of three days in the second world war. Besides offering a moment of retrospection it also gives the visitor un unparalleled view of the nearby Sillon de Talbert (see the appropriate tip for further info), provided weather conditions are positive.
well.. we went there the day of Easter so we decided to play with that beautiful stone... well, i ignored that my twn saw a kind of hen. ;-p