Discover the Côtes d’Armor in Brittany
About 2 hours from Paris, come and explore the Côtes d’Armor and its rich heritage, culture and tourism.
The Bay of Saint Brieuc
For an ideal place to spend a weekend or a few days of vacation by the sea, choose the Bay of Saint-Brieuc . If you are looking for wide open spaces, this is where you will find the largest nature reserve in Brittany. You will also be able to admire the phenomenon of the High Tides, the magical viewpoints thanks to the GR34 (the cliffs of Plouha, the port of Gwin Zégal for example) as well as the great beaches of Binic or Plérin. For lovers of good food, treat yourself to the Scallop, which you will find from October to April.
Dinan and its medieval city
Located near the Rance river, Dinan is a city that can be visited in any season. It is appreciated for the generosity of its nature and its rich heritage. If you like the typical Breton streets, then you will love walking through the narrow streets of Dinan and the colorful half-timbered houses, cobblestones and ramparts. City of Art and History, Dinan is also a magnificent castle, witness of the end of the medieval period, the Festival of the Ramparts which animates the city every summer or the rue du Jerzual, known for its half-timbered houses or its artists’ workshops (weavers and tanners abound).
Ploumanac’h – The Pink Granite Coast
For a unique setting at the end of the world, embark on the Pink Granite Coast . These granite rocks were formed years ago and attract many hikers and curious people every year. Along the Sentier des Douaniers (GR34), you will enjoy getting lost among the many paths that lead to exceptional panoramic views. You will be able to “crawl” from rock to rock, and at each turn, a new landscape is offered to you! Ploumanac’h, the Lighthouse of Perros Guirrec are a must-see when you come to the Côtes d’Armor, don’t miss it!
To be discovered at the campsite