The beaches and seaside destinations in the Côtes d'Armor are not as well known and developed as those in the south of Brittany (Morbihan and Loire-Atlantique). However, they are some of the most beautiful beaches in France and offer great diversity.
From Cap Fréhel or the cote du Goelo, we find beautiful wild cliffs protecting little secret creeks. The cote de Granit Rose with its strangely shaped rocks hide the most beautiful beaches in the department of Côtes d'Armor. The Emerald coast begins near Cap Fréhel (the eastern part of the department) and extends to the beaches of Ille et Vilaine (large sand beaches) and hold a few destinations that remind us of the charm of Deauville, but less crowded. Saint Malo, in the neighboring department is the most well known.
We also find picturesque little harbors and the coastal path permits us to discover the marvels of Brittany and the little creeks with landscapes that change with the tide. We are also able to discover the destinations of Finistère which offers different landscapes.
The seaside resort of Saint-Quay-Portrieux, a few kilometers from Saint-Brieuc, is a popular spot for its harbor which hosts fishing and pleasure boats during the summere season.More details
Nearby Perros-Guirec, Ploumanac'h belongs to the Granit Rose Coast. Seaside resort famous for its beautiful landscapes of stones carved by the sea and wind for millions of years.More details
The small seaside resort of Tregastel is located on the Pink Granite Coast, less than ten kilometres from Perros-Guirec. It is known for its remnants of past civilizations, mainly Celtic.More details
We find two great beaches in Perros-Guirec (Brittany) that are the happiness of tourists. Trestraou is the sunniest and backs up to the casino.More details
The small seaside resort of Plouha, known for having distinguished itself during the Second World War by its resistance activities, is a rich heritage destination. Built on a wild coast, it mixes landscapes, valleys, forests and moors.More details
Situated in the Côtes d'Armor, department in Brittany, Lannion is an iconic resort of Tregor. It is located on the Pink Granite Coast and offers holiday makers a wide range of activities.More details
Pléneuf Val André is a Breton seaside resort located in the Côtes d'Armor department in the east of the Bay of St Brieuc. It is located at the western end of the Côte d’Emeuraude.More details
The seaside resort of Sables d'Or les Pins is located in northern Brittany in France, in the department of Côtes d'Armor between Erquy and Cap Frehel (north of the Bay of St Brieuc).More details
Fréhel’s different beaches are all in close proximity to Pléhérel-Plage and are all easily accessible from the coastal road that leads to Cape Fréhel. L’Anse du Croc is the largest and most beautiful of them all.More details
The seaside resort of Erquy is a great family-oriented destination in summer. It is popular for its generous nature with the cape of Erquy and many trails offering spectacular views of the coast.More details
The seaside resort of Saint Cast le Guildo is one of the most famous resorts of Brittany. Located on the “Côte Emeraude”, the resort is family orientated.More details