23. Brittany Region (5/5)
23. Brittany Region (5/5)

23. Brittany Region (5/5)

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The regional tour of Brittany links 45 sites that perpetuate the memory of Saint Columban and his Irish companions. The 1700km route is divided into five parts, which can be followed one after the other or indiscriminately. 
Starting in Guingamp, this fifth part takes you back to the start of the loop in Saint-Coulomb, visiting the interior of Brittany before returning to its north coast.
Alternating between coastal and inland routes, this great Celtic loop combines the traditional Tro Breizh, which links the towns of the seven founding saints of Brittany, with the more personalised Tro Breizh of Saint Columban - two pilgrimages in one.


With Saint Colomban, the route offers the opportunity to discover Brittany in all its diversity.

This final section (5/5) offers 15 stages with an average daily distance of 24km:

  1. Guingamp - Callac
  2. Callac - Maël-Carhaix
  3. Maël Carhaix - Plounévez Quintin
  4. Plounévez-Quintin - Mûr-de-Bretagne
  5. Mûr-de-Bretagne - Loudéac
  6. Loudéac - Langast
  7. Langast - Moncontour
  8. Moncontour - St-Brieuc
  9. St-Brieuc - Hillion
  10. Hillion - Lamballe
  11. Lamballe - Bourseul
  12. Bourseul - Taden
  13. Taden - St-Sulliac
  14. St-Sulliac - St-Malo
  15. St-Malo - St-Coulomb
  • Departure : 22200 Guingamp
  • Arrival : 35350 Saint-Coulomb
  • Towns crossed : Bretagne

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Access and parking

Guingamp is accessible by bus and train.
Saint Coulomb is accessible from Saint-Malo by bus, train or ferry if the pilgrim is arriving from Great Britain.

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