Plage de Kermor
Facing south, the almost straight ribbon of sand that is Plage de Kermor stretches for more than three kilometres, although it takes on a name change to Plage de Teven towards its western end. Located roughly midway between Sainte Marine port in Combrit and the quaint village of Île Tudy, the beach provides the perfect blend of natural majesty and ease of access. Free parking is available at several points along its length.
Though boasting few amenities, Plage de Kermor slopes gently into its waters, providing the opportunity to swim without getting out of your depth. What’s more, the sands are still accessible at high tide, with enough space for all beachgoers, albeit at a reduced depth. Somewhat spotted by brown seaweed at low tide, this only adds to the natural setting that makes Plage de Kermor such a popular spot with locals and visitors alike.
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