It only takes more or less forty five minutes to reach Groisillon. So come on, get going!! Are you willing to bike up hills, eat grilled sardines with your fingers and sing in cafes? Then you are in the perfect place. The saying that "anyone who sees groix, sees happiness." Is true. Groix is a natural miracle for geologists, who are surprised with sixty varieties of minerals on the island. The tip of Pen-Men, with its lighthouse square, is within the rugged coastline. The trails are dotted with gorse and heather, leading to the Trou de l'Enfer (hell hole), where the sea roars through a crack in the cliff. A thunderous sound that leaves you stunned and it inspired a legend where the sea and a man fought in a battle for survival. The Grands-Sables beach is wonderful: it is the only European convex beach of fine sand, with all the nuances of garnet to black and transparent waters. The exquisite beach of Sables Rouges is tinged with maroon. The coast becomes rough, but Poulziorec is an oasis that sits at the end of a steep road. I assure you that this place is well worth the effort it takes to get here and you will enjoy all it has to offer its visitors. So come on, we are waiting for your visit!