Starting from Erquy
On today’s programme: a walk in nature along the (very beautiful) Saint-Brieuc bay, the largest nature reserve in Brittany. On the way, between the rocky coast and the large beaches, you’ll discover the resort of Pléneuf-Val-André and Dahouët harbour, a little haven of peace where ships used to leave for Newfoundland and Iceland.
The striking, purple-stone Cap d’Erquy headland marks the eastern end of the huge, magnificent Bay of Saint-Brieuc. Tucked into the cliffside below it you’ll find the very charming port of Erquy, reputed for its scallops, while the relaxing beaches of the resort stretch out along the bay beyond.