Office de tourisme de Pléneuf-Val-André
1 rue Winston Churchill
Not far from the breathtaking Cap Fréhel, the pretty seaside resort of Pléneuf-Val-André continues to charm its visitors.
Situated in the Côtes-d’Armor, Pléneuf-Val-André has kept all the charm of a traditional 19th century seaside resort. Get a taste of the nostalgia by taking one of the guided tours! Discover the deep-sea fishing port of Dahouët (‘Terre Neuvas’, or Newfoundland, docks, boat builders’ cottages, and a maritime heritage workshop with many objects, models and true-life stories). Find out more about the story of this seaside town, which was founded in 1880 by Charles Cotard, (the first hotels, casino, houses etc.), and the history of Pléneuf with its town hall, churches, and manor-houses. Get the most out of your Côtes-d’Armor excursion by walking along the GR34 footpath that follows the Breton coastline before crossing through the pretty town of Pléneuf. Don’t miss Cap Fréhel, the little island of Verdelet (a paradise for birds), or the château of Bienassis, at Erquy.
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