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The Pink Granite Coast: places to visit

La Manche has a very special feature: pink rocks

Let's meet some of the places you absolutely must explore!


The Pink Granite Coast is home to the charming seaside resort of Perros-Guirec. This destination is a must for lovers of nature and spectacular scenery.

Put your towel down on one of the fine sandy beaches to enjoy the wild coves and relax in an idyllic setting.

To refresh yourself and contemplate the natural beauty of Perros-Guirec up close, take part in the latest water sports: sailing, kayaking, scuba diving...

Don't leave without savouring some freshly caught seafood in a local restaurant.

The customs path

Hiking enthusiasts will be delighted to walk along the customs path in Perros-Guirec. It runs along the coast, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the sea.

The famous Côte de Granit Rose (Pink Granite Coast) takes on its full meaning with the pink rocks within your reach. The waves and wind form a magical trio with this jewel of nature. Along the way, you can admire the steep cliffs, secluded coves and turquoise waters of the area.

During your breaks, look around you and contemplate the surrounding flora and fauna. Take advantage of this moment of calm to relax to the sound of the waves and birdsong.

The Sept-Îles

Set sail to explore the unmissable Sept-Îles archipelago. Head for the quays of Perros-Guirec to board a speedboat bound for adventure. 7 kilometres separate the archipelago from the Breton mainland.

The Sept-Îles are made up of :
  • Rouzic
  • Malban
  • L'île aux Moines
  • Bono
  • Les Costans
  • Les Cerfs
  • The flat island
The Sept-Îles archipelago is France's largest bird sanctuary, with dozens of species of seabird to be seen throughout the year, including puffins and gannets.

Whether you choose to stop off on one of the islands or take a boat trip, you'll love getting up close and personal.
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