Relax on the Pink Granite Coast
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Brittany is not lacking in fascinating culture and bewitching beauty. We have traveled up and down the Côtes-d’Armor to organize a trip that will allow you to get your fill of the great outdoors. This journey, designed to be a real feast for the eyes, takes you to a wonderful corner of Brittany, on the Côte de Granit Rose, where the wind and the waves have sculpted the rocks in unusual shapes. An enchanting setting where, through the wonder of your imagination, you can see a Turtle or a Foot carved into the rock. Right next to this surreal coast, lies a protected wild archipelago, sheltering the largest bird sanctuary on the French coast where we will take you by boat.
At the heart of this fantastic setting, in the chic seaside resort of Perros-Guirec, facing the English Channel, you will be the privileged guest of the Agapa Hotel & Spa, a universe of elegance and sobriety, designed to integrate perfectly in this exceptional natural setting offering calm and serenity.
Back from exploring the mesmerizing landscapes of the Pink Granite Coast by bike along the coast for breathtaking views, on foot and by boat, treat yourself to the peaceful atmosphere of the 400m² Agapa Spa and its range of seductive spa treatments or relax in the Jacuzzi, steam room, sauna and 10m swimming pool with ocean view. We offer you a total change of scenery that will leave you with a real feeling of escape and well-being.
Your adventure begins in the heart of spectacular Brittany, where the seascapes of the Côte de Granit Rose, a postcard place, do not need filters to show their beauty. Make yourself at home at the luxury Agapa hotel located in the beautiful seaside resort of Perros-Guirec and relax in front of these sumptuous natural settings.
Before dinner, take a stroll in the Zen garden and discover the aromatic garden, take a breath of fresh air on Trestraou beach or relax in the swimming pool, sauna, hammam and hot tub. Make yourself at home at the Agapa hotel located in the beautiful seaside town of Perros-Guirec and relax in front of these sumptuous natural settings.
Brittany is the land of the sea, of seamen of course and fishing. No one can stay in Britanny without getting to know the coasts and the sea which provide the framework of the life of Bretons. Today, a traditional yacht takes you to the 7 island archipelago, off the Pink Granite Coast. This wild archipelago is home to more than 27 species of bird, or more than 20 000 pairs. On the Island of Rouzic, you will discover the unique French colony of Fous de Bassans with 17500 pairs. The sights offered by the Island of Rouzic are breathtaking. On the south side of the island, you will notice penguins, crested cormorants and monk puffins. A group of 30 grey seals live here permanently and they can be seen among the rocks at high tide or sprawled on the sand banks at low tide. When conditions allow it, you can make a stopover on Monks Island. The walk along the lit paths allows you to follow the island from the lighthouse to the fort.
Back on earth, bike along the coast for a breathtaking view or take the coastal path called ‘Sentier des Douaniers’ on foot to the large natural site of Ploumanac’h. No doubt that you will be in ecstasy in front of the permanent spectacle offered by the pink granite rocks, with eccentric shapes, sculpted by the wind and the waves for millennia, in shades of pink that take on dazzling hues in the setting sun. Here, the rocky chaos mingles with exceptional seascapes, and in particular the Sept-Îles archipelago which is discovered with the tides.
For dinner, the creative cuisine based on fish and shellfish of “Belouga” restaurant will thrill your taste buds combining the flavours splendidly, while taking in the incredible view of the Seven Island Archipelago from the bay window.
Today you’ll be treated to a tour of the Bréhat archipelago to discover the enchanted preserved landscapes of the Breton coasts.
This gem, huddled in the middle of pink rocks and deep blue sea, is composed of two main islands, connected in the 18th century by a bridge built under the orders of Vauban, and surrounded by 86 islets and reefs. Amble through the pink granite rocks, picnic in a dream anchorage of small wild coves with fine sand before exploring the incredible flora and fauna of Bréhat Island, named ‘the island of flowers’, on foot or biking, through shimmering colours and elegant fragrances.
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The 7 Islands archipelago: a Nature Site since 1912 and a unique place
Classified as a nature reserve in 1976, it concentrates almost all of the gannets, Atlantic puffins, English shearwaters and torda penguins, threatened, in mainland France. It is the country’s number one birthplace for gray seals.
Rouzig Island, the kingdom of gannets, is lined with the nests of tens of thousands of gannets forming an immense white spot, the only colony in mainland France and one of 54 in the world.
Bay of Saint-Brieuc: the largest natural deposit of scallops
Taste the scallop shell, both the emblem of St-Jacques de Compostelle pilgrimage and the bay of Saint-Brieuc which has the largest natural deposit of scallop shells in France, spread over 150,000 hectares. But here in the Bay of Saint-Brieuc, they have no coral !
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