Brittany, Breizh, Bretagne, An Bhriotáin, whatever! Roscoff, Quimper, Brest, Roscoff
The route to it was fairly built up and rather hilly but lovely. The far side route to Camaret was undeveloped and again hilly. Camaret-sur-Mer is a lovely little port with a big pier containing a Church and a peculiar red stone building with a moat. This pier protects the harbour from the sea.
We stayed in one of the hotel furthest from the entrance to the town. It was cheap and deserved to be. We ate in a Pizzeria. It was really good. I had a pasta dish , etc. Good cycling food. Our day was about 80 miles and 3300 Ft climbing. A long day for two old men.
Day two started damp and stayed so, becoming wet at times. We headed out first to Pointe de Penhir so show Mick the view of the three big rocks in the sea.
There is a monument to the Battle of the Atlantic there. Then back to town getting a small bit lost as a couple of the routes I'd mapped were unsurfaced but after a delay of maybe 15 mins we were headed again for Crozon. We then hugged the coast as much as possible on this route, some of which was pretty remote.