Saint-Cast-le-Guildo – Fort-La-Latte – Cap Fréhel – Erquy – Pléneuf Val André – Dahouët – Saint-Cast-le-Guildo
Unbelievable landscapes: alternating between rocky points and dizzying viewpoints, sandy coves and turquoise waters.
Fort La Latte
History fans and children will love visiting the chapel, its guardhouse and especially the keep.
From up above, the panorama across the surrounding landscape is breath taking.
Open your eyes wide, you are at one of the region’s most impressive sites. Overlooking an emerald ocean, battered by the winds, Cap Frehel charms with its beauty and glistening colours.
Overlooking the sea at over 70 metres, the pink sandstone schist cliffs of Cap Frehel provide one of the most beautiful views of Brittany.
An exceptional site, an ornithological reserve, between gorse and heather, the promenade leads to the renowned fort la Latte.
Frehel, a historical seaside heritage site and a great outdoor activities area, along an authentic and unspoilt coastline.
Beyond the first discoveries, surprises await you…
Ten fine sand beaches, a busy fishing port known for its delicious scallops, hiking trails, moors that are yellow in springtime, purple in summer, and everywhere the inimitable colour of pink sandstone…