The Pink Granite Coast stretches from Perros Guirec to Trébeurden, a cord 16 km for the most beautiful jewels of the Brittany Coast. Chaotic piles of pink granite have shaped the landscape breathtaking. This part of the coast perfectly combines rock landscapes and safe havens such as Ploumanac'h Trégastel or. The coast offers fine sandy beaches with crystal clear waters of the vast expanses as the Trestraou beach and white beach in Trégastel. The indefinable charm that operates on the coastal footpath will be at its peak when you arrive at Ploumanac'h. From the tip of Squewel to the lighthouse of Men-Ruz (red stone) and the House of coastline is a succession of carved stones that will delight your eyes. Some rocks have evocative names: Turtle, Napoleon's hat, shoe overthrew the foot - as many forms as interpretations. On the beach of St Guirec, granitic chaos form a particular setting opposite the castle of Costaérès. Further, in Trébeurden, the marina welcomes boaters in pleasant surroundings, the beaches face rock masses and islands where the view of the coast is superb. Not far away, Pleumeur-Bodou immediately recognizable by its famous radome, an amazing ball that allowed the first satellite link between Europe and America. Faced with this station, Ile Grande, connected to the mainland by a bridge, is one of the last rocky islets before the open sea. Between the tormented Shore, windswept moors, the harsh rocks, life has found a haven in the small village tight around its streets.
Another essential site of the Breton Coast Brehat nicknamed 'The Island of Flowers'. From the beach Trestraou, celebrities will take you to Brehat ultimate jewel where vehicles are prohibited. 3.5 km long and 1 wide. 5 kms, Bréhat consists of two islands: northern island is connected by a causeway to the South Island where houses are concentrated, the town and the harbor.
Another destination not to be missed: the Sept-Iles fifteen miles off the beach Trestraou. This archipelago is a sanctuary for migratory birds and some seals that come to rest. LPO (League for the Protection of Birds) created the reserve of the seven islands in 1912. Time for a boat tour, you will discover a fascinating world where Fous de Bassan rub shoulders, Seagull Tridactyle, Puffin Moines ....
A short distance from Perros-Guirec, Cape Freels falling straight on the light Emerald Coast. Here the elements take center stage, combine and sometimes break out, to make your stay a memorable one.
A unique moment awaits you on the Pink Granite Coast and its surroundings. You will find a high color panorama, a landscape of breathtaking beauty that combines unforgettable beaches, sheltered strikes and accessible islands.
The studio is very well located to explore all these wonders. Unfortunately I can not mention them all here, the list is too long. To complete my description, detailed documentation of the area is available in the studio. This documentation will help you organize your days and explore our beautiful area you certainly keep unforgettable memories ... and perhaps want to come back again.