This week’s walk takes us on the banks at of the Bono river, a pretty river that joins the Auray river before flowing into the Morbihan Gulf, mixing land and sea.
It is a walk around 5 kilometres long, that starts at Le Bono. A few metres away from our starting point, is an old pedestrian bridge that we will cross, with a magnificient view of the river and of the port. The walk then follows the coastal path through forests and moors.
The walk continues up to the village of Sainte Avoye, famous for its chapel that looks more like a medieval castle, before turning back towards Le Bono. It is a walk that we offer you every Thursday in June.