The Quay and the beach at Pléneuf Val André, high tide.


The Penthièvre Coast

Less than ten minutes away, the fine beaches of Val André and the little harbour of Dahouet will be your first discoveries. Erquy, a fishing port known for its scallops, and a short way on, the Capes, the Cap d’Erquy, Sables d’Or Les Pins, and Cap Fréhel offer you panoramic views to take your breath away

The Emerald Coast

From Cap Fréhel, continue along the Emerald Coast and visit Saint Cast Le Guildo, Saint Jacut de la Mer, St Briac and the Ebihens Islesv, to arrive at Dinard and Saint-Malo. A little further still opens the bay of Mont St Michel, while Cancal, offering you oysters, is right next door.

From St Brieuc to the Red Granite Coast

To the West, after driving round the Bay of St Brieuc and feasting on its bouchot mussels which are harvested here, let yourselves be attracted on, from one little port to another and beach to beach all the way to Paimpol via Binic, Saint Quay Portrieux, and Plouha, each in its own way unique and different that between them make up the wealth of our coastline. Pleasant surprises do not cease there. The Red Granite Coast offers you other landscapes, still more astonishing. According to the light and the season, you will see rock and heath a scintillating yellow with flowering broom in the spring, or the luminous rose-pink of bell-heather in autumn.

Perros-Guirec, Trébeurden Ploumanac'h and are really, magical and represent as many invitations to pursue the path and why not follow the famous GR34.