Douarnenez to Crozon

Kilometres today:

51


Kilometres since the start: 2017

Wind and slopes... but also a magnificent blue sky since the morning and the most beautiful views I have ever had on the course.

The view of the bay that I follow from above or up close most of the time.

But also the chapel of Sainte-Anne de la Palud. Very beautiful, close to the sea and a little isolated. The history of its name is interesting: in ancient times the people who lived there worshipped the goddess Ana, goddess of fertility (I think). A Catholic monk came to build a church in 500 and called it Saint Anne. Since then every year there are processions and people sing: “he who does not honour the mother of the virgin, that one is not from Lower Brittany”...

Then I go to Le Crozon, a village which is not extraordinary in itself...

Tomorrow, visit Camaret and the peninsula :)

the slopes, it’s getting seriously hilly !


  • Leaving Douarnenez, view on the bay
  • Waves
  • Waves
  • Sainte-Anne de la Palud
  • Sainte-Anne de la Palud
  • Sainte-Anne de la Palud
  • Sainte-Anne de la Palud
  • Sainte-Anne de la Palud
  • Sainte-Anne de la Palud
  • Sainte-Anne de la Palud
  • Sainte-Anne de la Palud
  • Close to the peninsula
  • Peninsula
  • Crozon
  • Crozon
  • Crozon
  • Crozon
  • Crozon
  • Crozon
  • Crozon
  • Brest, view from the Fret
  • Le Fret
  • Le Fret
  • Le Fret
  • Le Fret
     

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