Located between the departments of Ille-et-Vilaine and Côtes d’Armor, the Emerald Coast sweeps across the north of Brittany, passing through Cancale, Saint-Malo, Saint-Briac and Cap Fréhel.
Destination Cancale – The Breton Pearl
You will love to visit Cancale, as much for the beauty of the site as for its inescapable culinary specialty. Indeed, Cancale is famous for its shellfish, but also and above all, for its oysters which have earned it the title of remarkable site of taste. For those who like to eat, taste them directly on the seawall, while admiring the wonder of Mont-Saint-Michel, in the middle of the bay. The port, very animated by the maritime work and in particular the oyster farmers, the path of the Customs Officers in the port of La Houle, the “back streets”, there is so much to discover when coming to Cancale.
By way of Saint-Lunaire
The gentle way of life of Saint-Lunaire makes it a perfect place to spend a few days. Less than 20 km from the campsite Les 4 Vaulx, you can discover the charm and authenticity of this small village between sea and countryside. 4 beaches, 40 ha of forest, a bocage hinterland, you will have enough to satisfy your desires during your stay. For a family day out in the fall in the Ponthual woods or an afternoon of sand castle on the beach on sunny days, share real moments of pleasure. For any tourist information, do not hesitate to visit the website of Dinard Côte d’Émeraude Tourism Office or at the Tourist Information Office of Saint-Cast, place Charles De Gaulle.
Erquy and Fréhel – Breathtaking landscapes
If you were looking for a unique viewpoint where you will have the sea as far as the eye can see, then go to Cap Fréhel. Only 15 minutes from Saint-Cast and you are in this magical place. At Cap Fréhel, you can admire the magnificent lighthouse which overhangs the cliff, or the Fort La Latte one of the most visited medieval castles in Brittany. Then, by prolonging the road, you will arrive at Cape Erquy. There, the nature takes its rights and the fauna and wild flora are omnipresent. For the sportsmen, the GR34 crosses these two sites that you will be able to join by the walk. Put on good shoes, bring a picnic, water and let’s go!
On the other side of the ramparts
The corsair jewel of Saint-Malo as it is sometimes called, invites you to cross it to discover its secrets. First step: walk the ramparts in search of historical souvenirs, and admirable views of the bay. Then, get lost in the many alleys where each corner tells a story (religious buildings, City Hall, the Solidor Tower, the Fort à la Reine, …). Finally, for family activities or with your loved ones, let yourself be surprised by the phenomenon of the Great Tides or go and discover the marine world at Great Aquarium of Saint-Malo .
To be discovered at the campsite