The archipelago of Les Sept Îles
The Côte de Granit Rose, the perfect holiday destination!
Did you know? There are only 3 places in the world where granite displays such an unusual colour: Corsica, China and the Côtes-d’Armor! From Perros-Guirec to Lannion Bay, this coast with its incredible rocky formations never fails to awaken and astound the senses. In the height of summer, the sparkling turquoise water of the English Channel adds its vibrant colour to an already spectacular scene. The ideal moment to come and take a closer look!
Which couldn’t be better as your campsite with its mobile homes and pitches for all the family awaits you, overlooking the waves and ready to reveal all the beauty of this corner of Brittany. A dip in the covered and heated swimming pool, the thrill of the waterslide, a balneotherapy session in the campsite spa and there you are, all set to experience a fabulous adventure at the water’s edge!
Visit the Côte de Granit Rose with the family
The favourite game for your kids when on holiday on the Côte de Granit Rose? Spotting the most amusing shapes amongst the natural rock sculptures! A witch with her hooked nose, a funny fish, a giant tortoise... Your little campers will be all giggles as their boundless imagination runs wild!
And to get close enough to touch these fascinating rocks, simply take the GR34 long-distance footpath, justly renowned as the most beautiful coastal path in Brittany! Accessible to everyone, this section of the “Customs Footpath” also offers a chance to join the path to the Ploumanac’h lighthouse and on towards the family beach of Trestraou. The ideal spot to try your hand at sailing a catamaran, yacht or dinghy!
Visite the Côte de Granit Rose as a couple
Come and enjoy life in the pink as you take a romantic stroll along the shores of the English Channel! The Côte de Granit Rose offers more than just whimsical rock formations in tender shades of pink, it also has a charming selection of marinas, picturesque villages, wild beaches and little islands just off-shore. From the village of Ploumanac’h, voted their favourite village by the French in 2015, gaze out over the archipelago of Les Sept Îles, a protected nature reserve.
Climb aboard a traditional sailing ship or a motor launch for a visit to watch the incredible ballet of the puffins, cormorants and gannets that call the islands their home. You may even be lucky enough to see a couple of grey seals or dolphins...
Camping Côte de Granit Rose: our handy tips for a successful stay
True sports-lover? Follow the pink granite coastline by kayak, paddleboard or sailing dinghy!
Stop off in the little cove of Perros-Guirec to admire the shrine to its patron saint set amidst of the waves!
You love nothing better than lazing at the seaside? Discover heaven on the sandy beaches at Trégastel!
Grab your flippers, snorkel and mask and set off to explore the gorgeous sea bed just off Trébeurden!