Historic vantage point
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.
- Hiking and Walking
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- Historical Travel
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