Côtes-d'Armor, in the French province of Brittany has contrasting coastlines and pretty little towns, such as Dinan. Visitors choosing seaside holiday homes in Côtes-d'Armor can choose between its two contrasting coastlines. The spectacular Pink Granite Coast, lies between Trebeurden and Perros-Guirec, whilst the Emerald Coast, runs from Val-Andre up to the Grouin headland. Both stretches offer sandy beaches and invigorating cliff top or coastal walks. Taking Côtes-d'Armor holiday rentals in or near Dinan, gives visitors the opportunity to wander the medieval streets of this historic town, still enclosed by its original walls.
Côtes-d'Armor holiday rentals give visitors the chance to enjoy watching migratory birds arriving at Sept Isles, to take part in water sports such as kayaking or play a round of golf on one of the region's many courses. Wherever visitors choose to stay they will find delicious seafood. The Côtes-d'Armor is the largest producer of scallops in Europe and is home to the iconic dish, Coquilles St-Jacques.
The Tregastel Marine Aquarium offers more than just fish. Nestled among a maze of pink granite boulders, this site also has a chapel, an old Second World War arms depot, a museum of pre-history and the Marine Aquarium. There will be something to delight and interest all ages here. From their holiday homes in the Côtes-d'Armor, visitors can easily reach the old Gallic village of Pleumeur-Bodou, near Cosmopolis. Here a unique project has recreated a Gallic setting and way of life. The lives of our ancestors, their costumes and crafts are brought vividly to life here. There's always something to do while on your holiday in Côtes-d'Armor holiday rentals as they are in easy reach of other departments in Brittany, such as Ille-et-Vilaine, Morbihan and Finistere.