The seaside resort of Pléneuf Val-André with its immense beach and its promenade, its boating harbour and old Dahouet quay, its golf course, its casino and its numerous restaurants and boutiques, its water sports, its old sailing boats, its walks on the customs footpaths, its festivities, its shows and its arts; everything is radiant with conviviality
Erquy, a small port harbour for scallop fishing and its headland overlooking the bay.
The " Fort la Latte " and cape Fréhel ,grandiose seascapes ,perched on impressive cliffs of pink sandstone.
Moncontour, a medieval village surrounded by numerous castles and parks to visit.
The ile de Bréhat deserves a day or at least an afternoon visit to discover this archipelago of islands covered with flowers and pink rocks.
The pink Granite coast ,an amazing rocky shoreline sculpted by the sea over millions of years.
Dinard, Saint Malo and its ramparts around the corsair city.
Dinan a medieval town with so many half- timbered houses, artists and craftsman has a marina on the river Rance, sea walls and a castle.
A one-day-trip via Saint Malo along the Emerald coast, a litle further visit Mont Saint Michel, fabulous historic monument and on your way back, have a look to Dinan.
L'Escurial - www.restaurantlescurial.com
Restaurant gastronomique spécialiste des produits de la mer - Erquy
Maxime & JP Crouzil - www.crouzil.com
Restaurant Hôtel l'Ecrin - Plancoët
02 96 72 24 35 - Val-André
La Cascade - www.restaurantlacascade.com
Restaurant Gastronomique - Hillion
Fort Lalatte - www.castlelalatte.com
Vedettes de Bréhat - www.vedettesdebrehat.com
Golf de Val-André - www.bluegreen.com/val-andre
Photos St Malo et Bréhat : Schulte-Kellinghaus / Crtb
Photos Fort la Latte et côte de granit rose : Spiegelhalter /Crtb
Photo Dinan : Bolrovitch/Crtb
Photo golf : Crtb