St. James of Compostela

St. James of Compostela

Life project, alone, for two … Whether religious, cultural, sports, historical or other …. Starting from home or from one of the historical paths….
Starting from Pointe St Mathieu in Finistère, a path to Santiago crosses Questembert. While another route from Beauport Abbey stops at Rochefort-en-Terre.

The Association

The Breton Association of Friends of St. James of Compostela has recognized, rehabilitated, and marked the paths of St. James in Brittany.

With seven starting points in Brittany, the Chemins de St-Jacques run throughout Brittany, some of which pass through the towns of Questembert, Rochefort-en-Terre and Malansac.

Many towns and villages are listed as stopover towns on the association’s guidebooks.
The marking is a stylized yellow shell in a blue square.

Stop at Questembert

A path makes a stop at Questembert
(voie de la Pointe Saint-Mathieu)
Stop Vannes – Questembert (37 km)
Stop Questembert – Saint-Jacut-les-Pins (29 km)

Stop at Rochefort-en-Terre

A path makes a stop at Rochefort-en-Terre
(Voie de l’Abbaye de Beauport)
Stop Malestroit – Rochefort-en-Terre (19.5 km)
Stage Rochefort-en-Terre – Redon (27 km)

Whether you want to walk to St. Jacques or simply hike in the Questembert area, you can find all the information you need on the Brittany Association of Friends of Santiago de Compostela and thus prepare and organize your way.

Travel with a free mind

& the light bag