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The Village of Trélévern

The name of this village apparently comes from a very old local family, the Tréléver, now disappeared. Located by the sea, it extends over 7 square kilometres at the eastern end of the bay of Perros-Guirec and is home to less than 1400 inhabitants.

Between 20 and 25° in the summer and 8 to 12° in the winter, it is a place enjoying a mild climate tempered by the see breeze, which has retained its authenticity with stone houses and mainly, its little church dating back from last century.

The Pink Granite Coast

From the block fields of Ploumanac’h to the Jaudy estuary, the Pink Granite Coast is a subtle combination of little bays and wave-battered rocky peninsulas.

Many coastal paths, rehabilitated by the town of Perros-Guirec and the Coastal Conservation Authority, are paced up and down by thousands of tourists each year, enjoying unforgettable walks.


Probably the most renowned seaside resort of the Pink Granite Coast, Perros-Guirec is only 10km away from Buhez Nevez, and offers a wide range of sport, fun and cultural activities.

Pedestrian or bike trails run along the beautiful coast. Set out to discover Trestrignel, la Clarté or la Vallée des Traouïero. Every day, sea excursions are organised from Perros-Guirec to the Seven Islands archipelago or the Rouzic Island, a sanctuary for sea birds.


This small resort, ranking as the most visited in Côtes d’Armor, features a former customs officers’ path threading its way from the tip of the old port. This section of the GR34 (walking and hiking route) runs along the ocean through the pink granite block fields, from the Saint-Guirec beach to the Men Ruz lighthouse (red rock).
This light house destroyed in 1944 was fully rebuilt after the war. It guides the ships through the passage to the port.

The Evenings of Buhez Nevez

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