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The Breton Regions

Ile de Brehat

You will take the ferry from the cape of Arcouest (Paimpol). After a 10-minute journey, you will discover this island of flowers and pink rocks, paradise of painters and poets.

The semaphone, the Paon Lighthouse, the tide mill, the Saint Michel chapel

Pink Granite Coast

Between Perros-Guirec and Trebeurden, giant blocks of pink granite in strange shapes, form an incredible landscape.

Perros-Guirec: resort with many beaches. This old fishing port has become a marina, casino, Convention Centre, and Thalassotherapy center.

The featured tour is the archipelago of Seven Islands, an important ornithological reserve (23000 couples).

Ploumanac’h: ancient fisherman’s hamlet. Protected natural site of the moors of Ploumanac’h.

Tregastel: the resort, the Forum, the Aquarium and tide room.

Walk the Customs Path, Ile Renote.

Trebeurden: resort. Ile Milliau, Bihit cape, Quellen marshes (protected site).


In Brest, the OCEANOPOLIS offers you a unique world tour through the oceans. 10,000 animals in temperate, tropical, and polar environments, a surprising biodiversity, aquariums of fascinating colors…

Experience the magic of these faithfully reconstructed marine worlds.

Plestin les Greves

The Plestin coast is composed of cliffs, rocky coves, sandy beaches and the Lieu de Greve. It is one of the largest bays in the Cotes d’Armor and Brittany. It extends 4km from St Efflam to St Michel en Greve and 1.3 km out to sea.

The large rock peaks at 84m and this protected site offers a 180° panorama of the Lieu de Greve and houses a bat preserve.

Many marine birds live in the back country such as the common shellduck, ruddy shellduck, gazette egret, grey heron, kingfisher…


Journey through the pink granite coast.

A fascinating and unique landscape of chaotic granite carved by the elements over thousands of years.

A gigantic and unforgettable savage beauty, rocks in incredible shapes, sometimes surprisingly balanced, that you can find on the Ploumanac’h trail as you go discover the Mean Ruz lighthouse.

A few miles from the coast, in front of Perros-Guirec you can discover the Seven Islands, the largest ornithological reserve in France.


Roscoff is a French commune in the Leon located on the northern coast of Brittany, in the Finistere department.

Once a haven for pirates and then smugglers, where the Johnnies set out from to sell their pink onions. Roscoff, a certified «small town with character», is a small seaside town that has preserved its architectural heritage from the 16th and 17th centuries.

Its deep-water port, served by Irish Ferries and Brittany Ferries, which are based there, provides the ferry link with the British Isles and Spain.

Saint Brieuc

Saint Brieuc is crossed by two valleys where the Gouet and Gouedic rivers flow. The city’s elevation (maximum altitude of 134m at the Berrien reservoir), with its two deep valleys, led to the construction of several bridges, including the two viaducts of route nationale 12 inaugurated in 1980.

Saint Brieuc is served by the TGV Paris – Brest line. The town is 2h 10min by train from Paris on average.

The bay of the Cotes d’Armor prefecture is famous for its scallops.


Famous for its football team, “En Avant de Guingamp”, the Cotes d’Armor sub-prefecture is crossed by the Trieux river. This commune in the Tregor region will introduce you to its protected monuments, the Plomee fountain, its castles…


The commune is bordered by the English channel, to the west are the protected cliffs and the GR34 (Customs Path) and you can admire the sea during your hike up to Locquemeau.

The hamlet of Locquemeau runs along the coast to the cape of Dourven. This village has a fishing port known throughout the region.

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