Pink Granite Coastline - Perros Guirec - Ploumanac'h
Perros-Guirec, located in the heart of the Côte de Granit Rose, twenty five miles from the Relais De Launay. Perros-Guirec is an outstandingly beautiful natural site. An outstanding landscape scattered with pink granite rocks weathered over the millennia by sea and wind into amazing shapes and patterns.
Ploumanac'h - A large natural site under the protection of the Conservatoire du Littoral and the commune of Perros-Guirec with impressive agglomerations of pink granite blocks, some of which tower 70-foot high. The Sentier des Douaniers coastal path offers spectacular walks in a landscape of pink granite rocks, moorland, gorse and heather.
Seven-Island Archipelago - Rising out of the sea off Perros-Guirec lies the Archipel des Sept îles, the largest bird sanctuary in France. The 100-acre reserve--a true ornithological paradise--is home to 27 different species, including 13 species of sea bird--puffins, gannets, shags, small penguins etc. In all, more than 23000 breeding couples. A colony of some 30 grey seals inhabit the archipelago and the surrounding waters, although actually catching sight of them could be a question of luck.
From February to November day-excursions by boat or traditional sailing ships are available.