From the campsite you’ll follow in the footsteps of the Templars, those soldier-monks who protected pilgrims on their way to Saint Jacques de Compostela: The Chapel of the Temple and the octagonal Tower of Montbran (XII century ) and then through the countryside you will arrive at the San Sebastian chapel and its water reservoir […]
A remarkable natural area 6 km long and 2 km wide, from Port à la Duc to Fort la Latte, which empties completely at low tide! This opens a vast sandy area that is shared by the oyster and mussel farmers, fishermen and a host of migratory birds. Following the coastal path of the GR34, […]
From a nice small village, the trail leads you through a green valley to the ruins of an old mill, waterfall and salt meadows, to the Black Rock (private) tidal mill and the Fresnaye Bay . The GR34 climbs up to Pointe Saint-Efficace offering you a beautiful view of the bay and Fort La Latte. […]
A beautiful medieval castle, pink sandstone lookout post, at the entrance to the Fresnaye Bay : towers, walls, drawbridge, and medieval garden will transport you to another time. From the top of the keep a breathtaking view of the Emerald coast from Cape Frehel to Saint Malo! Learn more
One of the most impressive sites of Brittany, with its dramatic sheer cliffs of pink sandstone 70 meters above the emerald sea, colorful extensive heathland and lighthouses. A multitude of seabirds nest on the cliffs and offer a live performance within reach of binoculars (Seagulls, Gulls, crested Cormorants and timid Guillemots (Auks) and Penguins!)
A coastal road that links the beaches of La Fosse, les Grèves d’en Bas, Anse du Croc and the huge beach of Sable d’Or les Pins.
A rare site, authentic nature: the pink granite cliffs, wild heathland, pine forests, dunes, emerald sea on wild beaches … A place steeped in history: a cannonball oven, guardhouse, old quarries, coastal footpath … It has a fishing port that livens up with the arrival of boatloads of fish, shellfish or Coquilles Saint-Jacques … also […]
The peninsula of Saint-Jacut de la Mer and the island of Ebihens, passing by the castle of Gilles de Bretagne. Read more