Extending for around 2 kilometres along the central Brittany coast, the Plage Kerminihy is wonderfully undeveloped stretch of pale golden sand. To the rear there is nothing but dunes (access prohibited), and in front - the Atlantic Ocean.
Kerminihy is the only beach in the Erdeven commune where naturism is tolerated. Although not an official nudist beach naturists have happily coexisted with “textiles” for many years.
The northern end of the beach is bordered by the Etel river and within walking distance of the town of the same name. At this end of the beach swimming is not allowed owing to the dangerous currents created by the rivermouth. It is however fine at the southern end of the beach where the sand slopes more gently too.
Here you will also find La Roche Sèche (dry rock), a rocky outcrop that is well known for birdwatching and fishing.
Dog ban in force
- Good fishing
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