Île-de-Bréhat (Enez Vriad) is an island located near Paimpol, a mile off the northern coast of Bretagne. Administratively, it forms a commune in the Côtes-d'Armor department in northwestern France.

Bréhat is actually an archipelago composed of two main islands, separated only at high tide, and many smaller ones. It is famous for its pink granite rocks, very mild micro-climate and Mediterranean vegetation, due to the warm Gulf Stream coming from across the Atlantic.

Many day-trippers come to Brehat every day by the ferry service (les Vedettes de Bréhat) and visit the main tourist attractions, the Paon & Rosedo lighthouses, the St-Michel chapel, the Guerzido beach, the Birlot water-mill and the Verrerie of Bréhat.


Inhabitants of Île-de-Bréhat are called Bréhatins.


  • Rosedo Lighthouse
  • Chapelle Saint Michel
  • Paon Lighthouse
  • Chapelle Keranroux
  • Verrerie of Brehat

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