A Summer to remember at Saint Brieuc

Philippe Mollon-Deschamps, July 2021


Saint-Brieuc is an ideal destination to discover this part of Brittany…

The bay, the very high cliffs of Plouha (104 m), the beaches of Erquy, the pink granite coast, the castle of Laroche Jagu, the medieval towns of Dinan and Moncontour, all these sites were indicated to us by our hosts. We are very satisfied with this stay which mixed culture, history and beaches!


The Sentier des Douaniers (Customs Officers’ Path), otherwise known as the GR34, overlooks the sea and offers a great opportunity to enjoy the varied landscapes. The route is invigorating in every way, as you enjoy the view from the cliffs at the Pointe de Pordic or Pointe des Roseliers headlands. And then enjoy the peace of the dunes of Bon Abri, Anse aux Moines cove or the long Plage des Rosaires beach, all lapped by beautiful turquoise water.

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