Brittany, Breizh, Bretagne, An Bhriotáin, whatever! Roscoff, Quimper, Brest, Roscoff
Next morning we managed to cross a bridge (the new one not finished yet) circumvent various diversions and make our way downhill to the coast to the west of Brest proper, near the naval base. You can cycle along a cycling/walking road, which is boring enough and then you get to a view of a lovely lighthouse.
Then back up to the main road west. Is it worth going down to the coast to see what you can see. Not sure, as it's a lot of work.
Anyway we keep west on the D789 until we see the sign for Pointe St. Mathieu. An impressive place this and it was my third time there.
A lighthouse, ruined church , etc., but fine sea views with rocks , etc. Lovely spot. Jeboil was again boiled. Then onto our noble horses and onwards to the lovely little, well bigger than little fishing village of Le Conquet.
You can get a boat from this to Ile de Ouessant. I've not done it yet. Apparently every man of military age on this island fled to Britain when the Germans took France and they all joined the Free French, British Army , etc. We then cycled north through some nice scenery to Ploumoguer where we had great pizzas in La Maison de Jadis.
From there to the coast and along it as much as we could until we took a shortcut through Landunvez and thence to Portsall.