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Saint-Cast-le-Guildo Travel guide
Saint-Cast-le-Guildo : Michelin's recommendations
An agglomeration of three different towns, this seaside resort has a long history, as visitors will note from the attractive villas in the Mielles quarter. St-Cast-Le-Guildo still retains its charming little fishing harbour. There are also has seven beaches, two of them expanses of fine sand: the Grande Plage and Pen-Guen. La Frênaye and La Pissotte nestle in a wilder setting. Cast is the Breton version of the name Cadoc (a popular Welsh saint).
Tourist attractions Saint-Cast-le-Guildo : Things to see and do
Rue Santez-Gwen F - 22380 Saint-Cast-le-Guildo
Above the high altar, an ancient statue of St Blanche, the mother of triplets, is the object of great veneration.
place Beaucorps F - 22380 Saint-Cast-le-Guildo
This church built from 1897 to 1899 contains a strange 12C holy-water basin, decorated with Grotesques (fantastic ornaments), and statues of St Clement and St Cado, dating from the 17C. In the left transept is a modern stained-glass window illustrati..
Corniche de la Plage F - 22380 Saint-Cast-le-Guildo
From the far end of this headland, there is a fine view of the beaches of St-Cast and Pen-Guen. A footpath for visitors runs around the point: it skirts along the corniche by the beach near the Ar Vro hotel, passes close to the oratory, then follows ..
15 Rue Du Duc D'aiguillon F - 22380 Saint-Cast-le-Guildo
Ideally located only 50 metres from the beach, the Hotel Les Arcades welcomes you in pleasant and friendly atmosphere. It offers comfortable rooms, some with a sea view. Saint-Cast-le-Guildo and the surrounding area offer many activities such as wa..
6, rue Jacques Cartier F - 22380 Saint-Cast-le-Guildo
Hôtel de l’Espérance is located in the centre of Saint-Cast-le-Guildo in northern Brittany, just 50 metres from the beach. It offers free Wi-Fi access and an on-site restaurant serving traditional, homemade dishes and local specialities. Each room i..
40 r. Rioust des Villes Audrains F - 22380 Saint-Cast-le-Guildo
Monsieur is from Lyon and Madame from Brittany and together they have turned this inviting regional house (1786) into a countrified vintage haunt. It is devoted to gourmet delights, where haddock curry and seafood choucroute are among the dishes.