Things to see and do
The 3-star campsite Le Pen Guen in Saint-Cast-le-Guildo is the ideal destination for a family holiday in the Côtes d’Armor. Discover the Emerald coast, Saint-Malo, Dinard, Cancale, Cap Fréhel and Cap d'Erquy, Dinan and the valley of the Rance, the bay of Mont-Saint-Michel…
Your programme during your holiday by the sea : outdoor activities, children's entertainment, beautiful sandy beaches, watersports, boat trips, shellfish gathering, sea fishing, hiking between the bay of Arguenon and the bay of La Fresnaye, cycle rides, leisure parks, horseriding, golf, tennis...
Fort La Latte : a fortified castle at the top of a cliff !
The well preserved Fort La Latte still has its towers, fortifications, drawbridge, keep, curtain wall and dungeons... This fort is often used as a backdrop for swashbucklers.
Saint-Malo, corsair city
Saint-Malo, a famous corsair city is a definite must-see during your stay in upper Brittany. This Breton town attracts thousands of tourists every year, fascinated by the rich historic heritage which is remarkably well preserved.
Cap Fréhel is a wonder of nature. This legendary site is considered one of the most impressive in Brittany with its schist cliffs and pink sandstone standing 70 m tall which overlook the emerald blue sea.
Dinan, emblematic medieval city
Dinan is an enchanting medieval city situated between land and sea. This delightful town is popular with art and history enthusiasts due to its ramparts which stretch for 3 km, its 14th century castle overlooking the Rance and over a thousand years of history.
There is plenty of explore and discover in Dinard, a coastal town with a touch of « Bristish » located on the Emerald coast. Dinard is popular with the British and Americans due to its Belle Epoque villas and annual British film festival.
Located 45 km from the campsite in Upper Brittany on the Emerald coastline, Cancale is a charming fishing town boasting a quaint harbour, La Houle. A definite must-see.
Mont Saint Michel
Discover the Mont Saint Michel, a listed world heritage site by UNESCO. A definite must-see and one of the most visited sites in France.
Follow the stunning bay of Mont Saint Michel to the village, by foot or on a shuttle bus. You can then enjoy a fabulous day out wandering around this medieval city, visiting museums and admiring the tides and colourful bay...