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The Côtes d'Armor are, above all, emblematic sites, singular atmospheres, inspiring atmospheres, both energetic and soothing. Because of its central position, the Côtes d'Armor is the ideal destination to discover all the magic of Brittany. Starting from the various ports scattered along the Brittany coast, discover the Grand Site de France Cap d'Erquy - Cap Fréhel and the Bay of Saint-Brieuc.

Not to be missed, the Pink Granite Coast is the site to visit in Brittany as is the island of Bréhat opposite Paimpol in the waters of the English Channel bordering the north coast of Brittany. To discover Brittany and its history, a stopover is mandatory in Dinan to see a Breton town in the Middle Ages. Finally, the Breton coast does not have a monopoly of attractiveness in North Brittany. Indeed, the Valley of the Saints and the lake of Guerlédan will plunge you into the myths and legends of Brittany.

Mean Ruz lighthouse, Ploumanac'h in Côtes d'Armor, Brittany ©Olivier Fouillard

Pink Granite Coast

Defying the laws of balance, huge blocks of granite create a unique setting. On the moor as well as in the sea, the coast becomes coppery and as if sculpted by the elements. Welcome to the paradise of...
Walking in the medieval town of Dinan, Brittany © Hernan Pinera


An unmissable medieval Breton town, Dinan overlooks the calm waters of the Rance. Along its cobbled streets or along the river, the town and its surroundings can be gently visited, on foot, by bike or...
Frehel lighthouse in Brittany © Davide Gabino

Cape Frehel - Cape of Erquy

The Grand Site de France Cape of Erquy - Cape Fréhel is the most grandiose site in Brittany. You will be amazed by this breathtaking place and by the Fort-la-Latte which dominates the sea.
windmill in Brehat Island © Peter Stenzel

Brehat Island

A few kilometres from the fishing port of Paimpol, take the direction of Ploubazlanec... you arrive at the tip of Arcouëst and there, inevitably, the magic happens!
Guerledan Lake from the sky in Brittany © Les pieds dans le vide

Guerledan Lake

In the heart of Brittany, Guerlédan Lake stretches into the Blavet valley. Bordered by a forest, the 400 hectares of the lake make up a vast area for nature leisure activities.
Harbour Island off the coast of Saint-Quay-Portrieux © Melina 1965

Saint-Brieuc Bay

The bay of Saint-Brieuc is the ideal place to spend a weekend or several days by the sea.
Sculptures in Valley of the saints © Momoly

The Valley of the Saints

Brittany is a mystical land full of nuggets. For 11 years sculptors have been bringing Breton saints out of the ground.