In Louannec, opposite Tomé island, you will find the beach of Nantouar in a wild protected bay, free from construction.
This beach can be found at low tide, so you can enjoy shore fishing and your children can explore the flora and fauna of the seaside. This beach is sure to please people of all ages, suitable for playing and exploring the wildlife.
Perros-Guirec has three beaches. The most famous and the largest is located in Trestraou, at the foot of the town, opposite the Sept-îles archipelago, which is home to a nature reserve.
You can walk along the seafront to the pier, which accommodates the Sept-îles speedboats, which can take you to explore the Sept-îles bird sanctuary. There are various shops and restaurants as well as a cinema in Trestraou. Events take place on the beach and in the town. The other two beaches are Trestignel, near the harbour and the beach of Saint-Guirec in Ploumanac’h, at the heart of the block field on the Pink Granite Coast.
The Pink Granite Coast has many beaches of all sizes, from the very large Grève Blanche in Tréstagel to smaller, more discreet beaches. You are sure to find a beach to enjoy with your family, friends or other half. Owing to the variety of the beaches, you can visit them all and enjoy the uniqueness of each landscape.
There are lots of different environments and beaches, from Beg-Leguer to Louannec, via Trébeurden, Ile Grande, then you can head to Trestel, and Port-Blanc, in the direction of Bréhat island at the Arcouest tip.