What a spectacle of nature! You will never tire of contemplating the fanciful shapes of the rocks of the Pink Granite Coast. Here, an overturned bottle, there, a rabbit, further on, Napoleon's hat. Let your imagination run wild...
On the coast, from Trégastel to Perros-Guirec and Plougrescant, these pink-coloured boulders stand out against the blue sea. To take advantage of this colourful spectacle, a nice walk awaits you starting from the Coz-Pors beach, in Trégastel. First, head towards Renote Island. On your way, the first rocks with such singular shapes of the Pink Granite Coast are revealed. Continue on the path. As you walk, you will pass along the bay of Sainte-Anne, the beach of Tourony, the castle of Costaérès. Slowly, you will arrive at Ploumanac'h, a former fishing village and emblematic village of Perros-Guirec. Here, the granite blocks and the square tower of the Mean Ruz lighthouse are a brilliant pink!
After a well-deserved pancake, set sail in the afternoon for the Sept-Iles bird sanctuary. The largest seabird reserve in the world, the archipelago is home to gannets (from the end of January to October) and puffins (from the beginning of April to mid-July).
Cycling enthusiasts can enjoy the beauty of the coast by taking the Vélomaritime (cycle route linking Roscoff in Brittany to Bray-Dunes in the North). Those who prefer walking will discover the Pink Granite Coast, which stretches for about fifteen kilometres between Perros-Guirec and Trébeurden, thanks to the famous GR34 (customs path). Alternating beautiful beaches and spectacular granite chaos dating from 300 million years ago, this famous coastline will no longer hold any secrets for you.