The 104m-tall cliffs are the highest point of this rocky coast that stretches for over 14km, punctuated by creeks and gems such as Gwen Zegal Port. Between Paimpol and Saint Brieuc, passing through Saint-Quay-Portrieux, dive into the many treasures of this bay and the landscapes of Le Goëlo.
Maison Nomah dates from the early 1900s and appears on many ancient postcards, located 3km from the sea in Plouha. This picturesque little town is typical of Brittany, and this former family home is comfortably equipped for up to 4 guests.
The scene has been carefully set by Anthony to ensure you fall head over heels for this place. Any fan of tasteful design is sure to be smitten.
From Le Palus beach, follow the GR34 coastal path, once used by customs officers to spot potential smugglers. From here, you’ll enjoy an unbeatable view across Saint Brieuc Bay that changes with each tide. Don’t miss the beaches of Bréhec and Bonaparte, Porz Moguer cove and the Pommier rock from Plouha’s coastal point.