Stretching over 2,700 km, France’s longest coastline is certainly a sight to behold! At the top of the bill, you’ll find all the big names of the sea: to the north, the Bay of Mont St Michel and its galloping tides. The Cap d’Erquy and Cap Fréhel with their pink sandstone cliffs. Then there’s the Pink Granite Coast and its uniquely shaped rocks. To the far west, the Pointe du Raz and the Crozon peninsula take visitors to the ends of the earth, with cliffs, lighthouses and sea spray as a backdrop. To the south, the gentle Gulf of Morbihan and its islands invite you to take a stroll along the land or in the water. And the Breton islands? The coastline is dotted with these beautiful specks of land, each with its own unique character. Batz and its botanical garden, Ushant, the lighthouse lookout, Bréhat, the island of flowers, Belle-Ile, the aptly named… All treasures to be discovered at the height of the season!
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