The Emerald Coast owes its name to the color of the water, as blue and translucent as you can find in the most beautiful islands across the Atlantic. But luckily, it’s here in Brittany and it’s our home, welcome!
Saint Malo : assaulting the Corsair City !
Located on the mouth of the Rance River, Saint-Malo overlooks the Emerald Coast with its legendary ramparts above its beaches and harbor. You’ll love walking around and taking in the view from the top of the city. Rich of its past and its history, Saint-Malo remains a renowned and modern seaside resort that attracts many tourists every year. You will appreciate its beaches which extend beyond the ramparts, towards the estuary and Dinard, visible in the distance.
The Mont-Saint-Michel, the Wonder!
From anywhere, admire this monument and contemplate the Wonder. At high tide, the Mont St Michel becomes an island again, photographed from all sides by enthusiasts and visitors. At low tide, many walkers cross the bay for a unique experience. Whatever the season, the landscape and the colors that surround it offer a unique spectacle every time. With your family or friends, come and visit this historic place or take part in the activities proposed around and in the medieval village.
Cancale – The oyster capital
Welcome to this beautiful port on the Emerald Coast, near the Bay of Mont St Michel. Cancale has long been famous for its oysters and shellfish, making it an unmissable destination if you are visiting our campsites. Known for its famous oysters that can be eaten raw or cooked, this small town will fill your taste buds and your eyes when you sit down in front of the Merveille to taste one of them sitting quietly on the market hold.
In addition to its remarkable oysters, Cancale is also a small coastal village that is highly recommended to visit!
Dinard, back to the Belle Epoque!
Thanks to its sumptuous 19th century villas, Dinard has preserved all its authenticity and charm of the time. Today, the resort remains a must in the region. Its casino, its thalasso and its beach attract thousands of tourists every season. You will enjoy walking along the Clair de Lune promenade or the Chemin des Douaniers which runs along the sea, allowing you to see Saint-Malo and its ramparts in the distance as well as small creeks with transparent water giving all its brilliance to this beautiful city that is Dinard.
To be discovered at the campsite