The Saint Pabu Plage campsite is located 30 km from Saint Brieuc. St Brieuc is the capital of the Côtes d'Armor and is the link between the pink granite coast and the emerald coast. Its medieval town centre will seduce you with its 16th century half-timbered houses and its religious monuments such as the cathedral of St Etienne (fortified church), or the chapel of the house of St Yves. If you want to stroll, the Rohannec'h villa offers a great view of the sea and the nature reserve (2900 hectares of sandy foreshores, 125 hectares of salt meadows and 7 hectares of dunes).
Then discover the Gouedic valley, a vast natural expanse that leads to the pretty Le Légué marina, both dynamic and trendy. If you like street art, download the JUSTDOPAINT application. It will help you identify the different works of art scattered around the city of St Brieuc. Turned towards the sea and the open sea, St Brieuc also turns towards its lands, not to miss the chaos of the Gouet, welcome to the Brittany of legends.