Sentier de la Mignonne

Daoulas Daoulas
  • Type Pedestrian
  • Distance 4 Km
  • Duration 1h
  • Difficulty Easy
  • Walks
490 OT Pays de Landerneau - Thibault Poriel - 2022 - BD
La mignonne

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The Mignonne trail is the ideal way to visit Daoulas and discover its rivers and waterways. A bucolic walk that can be enjoyed in all seasons, from the historic center to the imposing viaduct.

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Departure from Moulin du Pont. Take rue du Pont and turn immediately right, skirting the Moulin pond through the public garden. Cross the millstream on the footbridge and cross Place du Dr Castel.


Follow the river along its right bank to the Ecopole, at Guern ar Piked. A small footbridge crosses the Lézuzan to reach the parking lot. Continue towards the car-sharing area.

Turn right through the tunnel to cross the same expressway. Turn left, then immediately right towards the railway viaduct. The path offers a panoramic view of the riverside wet meadows used for dairy farming.

To the viaduct

Leave the path and turn right along the embankment to reach the stream. Pass the chicane and head towards the viaduct, skirting the
river. Continue under the expressway, taking the same boviduct as before.

Along the Mignonne

Immediately left, follow the bottom of the expressway embankment until you reach the riverbed at the crossing. Cross the river to reach the left bank. Continue into the forest along an old sunken path.

In the woods

Cross Rue de la Gare and take the lane opposite to reach the soccer stadium, which you need to walk around. To the left of the stands, join the footbridge over the Lohan, which leads to the skate park and shopping center.

Turn right, past the library and the richly painted brocante. Cross the Place de la Mairie, where the popular all-season Daoulas market is held every Sunday

Market Square

Join the quay with a few boats moored. Follow Rue du Valy to the right as far as Moulin du Pont. Pass in front of the old earthenware factory.

The earthenware factory
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