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  • 1 Les Sept-îles Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Trestraou F - 22700 Perros-Guirec

    This archipelago is the largest nature reserve of marine birds in France. Boat trips leave from Trestraou and take visitors around the islands: first Rouzic, inhabited by an impressive colony of Northern gannets, then the Île de Malban and Île Bono, ..

  • 2 Rochers de Ploumanach Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Sentier des Douaniers F - 22700 Ploumanach

    Stretching from Porz Rolland to Porz ar Mor, this rocky coastline is one of Brittany's finest natural sites, with rocks of all shapes and sizes along the shore facing the Sept Îles archipelago. The most interesting area is the Pointe de Squéouel, a h..

  • 3 Côte de Granit Rose (Pink Granite Coast) Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    F - 22700 Perros-Guirec

    The Côte de Granit Rose, which extends from Ploumanach to the Île Grande, between Perros-Guirec to the east and Trébeurden to the west, is a magical stretch of coastline. Its colour is particularly impressive, as are its unusual and occasionally amus..

  • 4 Coast Centre

    Museums and art

    Chemin du Phare - Ploumanac’h F - 22700 Perros-Guirec

    On the Sentier des Douaniers pathway, it puts on various exhibitions relating to the formation of granite, including old or new methods for mining the stone.

  • 5 Vallée des Traouïero

    Nature and gardens

    F - 22700 Ploumanach

    Petit and Grand Traouïero, two unspoilt valleys still haunted by numerous legends, are sheltered behind the tidal mills that enclose the port. Hiking trails lead walkers through thick undergrowth surrounded by impressive boulders of granite.

  • 6 Beach

    Nature and gardens

    F - 22700 Ploumanach

    On the beach is an oratory to St Guirec who landed here in the 6C. A granite statue of the saint has replaced the primitive wooden effigy which suffered from a rather disrespectful custom: young ladies wishing to marry used to stick a hairpin in the ..

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