The Pink Granite Coast
With its stunning rocky outcrops, the Pink Granite Coast presents the visitor with an extraordinary landscape, a jewel in Brittany’s unspoilt coastal crown. Located in the historic region of Trégor, it stretches over several miles, between the towns of Perros-Guirec, Trégastel, Pleumeur-Bodou and Trébeurden. It takes its name from the colour of its granite, which ranges from brown to pink. A nature conservation site, it captivates travellers and locals alike with its tremendously picturesque landscapes. A visit to Île-Grande, in Trestel Bay, or to the Sept-Îles archipelago, classed as a nature reserve, will bowl you over. Note that the Sept-Îles archipelago is home to the largest number of sea birds in France.
for sports enthusiasts
The town of Perros-Guirec has many walks, horse rides and mountain bike rides to offer.
For sea lovers, several water sports centres and sailing schools can be found on the coast, as well as a surfing school. Make the most of all that the Pink Granite Coast has to offer.