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Côtes-d’Armor Campsite

During your next holiday, have you decided to explore the Pink Granite Coast, stroll through the medieval streets of Dinan or head for the island of Bréhat?
Good choice!
The Côtes-d'Armor has a lot of…

From the Bay of Saint-Brieuc to the Lake of Guerlédan, all the magic of Brittany within reach

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As soon as you have put your bags down at your campsite Les Castels by Le French Time or Sites et Paysages by Le French Time, you can get down to business... Visiting the establishment where you are staying, of course, but also the surroundings.
Don't know where to start?
You can count on the expert advice of the owners, who are always ready to share their passion for the region with you.
Lovers of nature walks and cycling can converge on the Blavet Valley and the area around Lake Guerlédan.
Would you rather visit the towns of Côtes-d'Armor?
Head for the medieval streets of Dinan, Saint-Brieuc or one of the small ports in the region...

Sept-Îles, Cap Fréhel, Bréhat... Discover the natural heritage of the Côtes-d'Armor

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The Côtes-d'Armor can boast the largest private bird reserve in France.
The cormorants, puffins, gannets and other seabirds that inhabit it nest on the small islets of Sept-Îles, a perfectly preserved archipelago.
If you are lucky, you may even catch a glimpse of a grey seal... Choose a campsite in Erquy or a campsite in Saint-Cast-le-Guildo, to visit Cap Fréhel and its pink sandstone cliffs beaten by the wind, or embark on a trip to the island of Bréhat with its pink granite coastline, coastal path and wild charm.


Time to eat! Taste the gourmet specialities of the Côtes-d'Armor

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Who said that in Brittany, we only eat galettes?
The Côtes-d'Armor is home to many culinary treasures, to be enjoyed with family or friends.
Starting with scallops, fished off the coast of Saint-Brieuc, or Paimpol coconuts, delicious legumes benefiting from a PDO (AOC and AOP in French) and grown by hand in the region since 1928.
Your children and those with a sweet tooth will enjoy the Gavottes de Dinan, delicate, crunchy 'crêpes dentelle', or the famous Val-André lollipops, a speciality of this charming little seaside resort for over a century.
Good to know: these sweets are available in about 60 flavours...

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