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Camping on the Emerald Coast: Saint Malo – Mont Saint Michel Bay must-sees

Situated between the departments of Ille-et-Vilaine and Côtes d’Armor, the Côte d’Émeraude sweeps across northern Brittany, passing through Cancale, Saint-Malo, Saint-Briac and Cap Fréhel.

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Destination Cancale – The pearl of Brittany

You might like to visit Cancale You’ll love visiting Cancale, as much for the beauty of the site as for its unmissable culinary speciality. Indeed, Cancale is renowned for its shellfish, but above all for its oysters, which have earned it the title of Remarkable Taste Site. For those with a sweet tooth, enjoy them right on the sea wall, admiring the wonder of Mont-Saint-Michel in the middle of the bay. There’s so much to discover when you come to Cancale: the harbour, bustling with maritime activity and oyster farmers in particular, the Douaniers trail at the Port de la Houle, the “back streets”.

The Mont Saint Michel: marvel at what you’ve seen!

From any point of view, Mont-Saint-Michel is magnificent. When you stay at one of our Mirabel campsites on the Emerald Coast, you can take a day trip to visit and admire the marvel. With its rich heritage between Normandy and Brittany, this must-see site is one of the most visited in France. During spring tides, it becomes an island again, much to the delight of walkers.

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Passing through Saint-Lunaire

The gentle way of life Saint-Lunaire makes it the perfect place to spend a few days. Less than 20 km from Les 4 Vaulx campsite, you can discover the charm and authenticity of this small village between sea and countryside. 4 beaches, 40 hectares of forest, a bocage hinterland, you’ll find plenty to satisfy your desires during your visit. For a day out with the family in autumn in the Ponthual woods, or an afternoon of sandcastles on the beach on sunny days, share real moments of pleasure. For all tourist information, please visit the Dinard Côte d’Émeraude Tourisme website. Dinard Côte d’Émeraude Tourisme Community Tourist Office or at the Tourist Information Office in Saint-Cast, place Charles De Gaulle.

Erquy and Fréhel – Breathtaking landscapes

If you’re looking for a unique vantage point with the sea as far as the eye can see, then Cap Fréhel is the place for you. Just 15 minutes from Saint-Cast and you’re in this magical place. At Cap Fréhel, you can admire the magnificent lighthouse overlooking the cliff, or the Fort La Latte one of Brittany’s most visited medieval castles. Then, continuing along the road, you’ll come to the Cap d’Erquy. Here, nature reigns supreme and wildlife is omnipresent. For sports enthusiasts, the GR34 crosses these two sites and can be reached on foot. Put on your good shoes, pack a picnic, water and off you go!

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On the other side of the ramparts

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The privateer jewel of Saint-Malo as it is sometimes called, invites you to take a walk through the town and discover its secrets. The first step is to explore the ramparts in search of historic souvenirs and admirable views over the bay. Then lose yourself in the many narrow streets, where every nook and cranny tells a story (religious buildings, Town Hall, Tour Solidor, Fort à la Reine, etc.). Finally, for activities with your family or friends, let yourself be surprised by the phenomenon of the Great Tides or discover the marine world at the Saint-Malo Aquarium .

Our campsites on the Emerald Coast

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