A breath of reinvigorating sea air and a wonderful natural and historic heritage are the ingredients for a camping holiday on the Côte d’Armor.
Holidays in camping Côte d'Armor
When it comes to the seaside, the Côte d'Armor has a shoreline stretching for 350 kilometres; a shoreline which lives according to the tides. Take some time to admire the colourful boats leaving to battle the waves, come and look down over the English Channel from the tops of the highest cliffs at Plouha, or see the huge, astounding, pink granite rocks at Perros-Guirec. And for yet more colour, come and see the red cliffs at Erquy, which plunge down into the waters of the Emerald Coast. Lying comfortably back on the sand or pebble beaches, you'll be surrounded by fantastic scenery.
While the department's main features are due to the diversity of its coastline, the Côte d'Armor has myriad other wonderful cultural highlights to discover. The region's heritage is sure to stir up your curiosity. Inland, this land of legends has forests, lakes and rivers scattered with castles, abbeys and interesting villages. The town of Dinan, for example, is well-known for its amazing heritage, and its historic medieval centre is still intact.
And for a touch of countryside on your holiday, there are six Maisons Natures devoted to this theme on the Côte d'Armor. These include the Maison Pêche et Nature in Jugon-les-lacs, the Maison du Patrimoine in Locarn and the Centre Forêt Bocage in la Chapelle Neuve, and these are places that will enable you to find out about some of the department's special features.
Camping Côte d'Armor
Knowledge, adventure, sport and relaxation will be the watchwords for your camping holiday on the Côte d'Armor.