Perros-Guirec is a seaside village, situated on a beautiful rocky peninsula, is the most popular and the most coveted of the Côte d’Armor and it is impossible to forget the colorful spectacle of colorful striped curtains windbreak that animate its beaches. Unfortunately, during the summer months the seaside town suffers from the crowd and the crowding of tourists who have chosen to spend the holidays in this part of the sea coast.
La Plage de Testraou is suitable for lovers of fashion life among cafes, hotels, casinos and beach life. Those who prefer the most secluded corners and less crowded can choose Trestignel and the Plage de Saint-Guirec. Do not miss a walk along a small stretch of the Sentier des Douaniers between Perros-Guirec and Ploumanac’h: this ancient route overlooking the sea is long about 1.330 km and in the past it had the purpose of guarding the coast against smuggling and the raiders of wrecks. If done in its entirety it allows to make the tour of Brittany, on foot or by bicycle. Easy to access and well marked, it is ideal for adults and kids. This is the most beautiful and fascinating stretch of the entire area that reaches peaks of incredible beauty in Pointe de Squewel, where the sea erosion has created new and evocative forms.
Another nice walk is in Trégastel to reach Presqu’ile Renote, a small and nice island connected to the mainland. For boys may be interesting to visit the original Aquarium Marin nestled among the rocks of granite. While the Sept-Iles is a ornithological natural reserve where nest about 20,000 species of seabirds: the only island available for visit is the Ile aux Moines or you can take a boat and see all the islands, the seals and also for birdwatching.