Tourism - Côtes-d'Armor

Côtes d’Armor is a French department located in the Brittany region. It is surrounded by the department of the Finistere, the Morbihan and the Ille-et-Vilaine. The main attraction for tourists is the Channel (La Manche) and its varied coastlines offering numerous beaches located between hills ad cliffs. The pink granite coast has big rocks of exceptional colour. In front of it, the Seven Islands are the refuge of the biggest ornithological reserve in France. In addition, remarkable sites such as Cap Frehel or the Fort-la-Latte are located on the pink granite coast. The Brehat archipelago shelters an outdoor tropical plants reserve. There are many historical and architectural attractions with medieval cities such as Dinan or Moncontour, old chapels and castles such as Rosambo, la Roche-Jagu or even Tonquédec, as well as the Treguier and Saint-Brieuc Cathedral.

Numerous outdoor activities are possible throughout the year. In addition of water sports, the Argoat paths are great for walking or cycling. One can also do paragliding or scuba diving in Perros-Guirec.

Top tourist cities in Côtes-d'Armor


Tourism Saint-Brieuc

Saint-Brieuc is the capital of the Côtes d'Armor. At a few minutes of the downtown area, Saint-Brieuc sea side reveals its pleasure and commercial port. The sea will charm the amateurs of scallops, fish and sea food. The bay, classified as a natural reserve, ...

Must : Musée d'Art et d'Histoire de Saint-Brieuc


Tourism Dinan

Dinan is a former stronghold of the Dukes of Bretagne, it is now a city of art and history. The town has preserved most of its walls and many houses in timber framing and unique religious heritage. Sights Castle of Dinan Church of Saint-Malo Basilic of ...

Must : Musée du château, Château de Dinan, Eglise Saint-Malo


Tourism Discover the city of guingamp

Guingamp is located in the department of the Côtes-d'Armor and the Bretagne area. The city possesses a modern media library-center, located in full centre town at the site of the old ramparts of the old city; a cultural centre of Breton and Celtic culture; a ...


Tourisme Lannion

Lannion is located in the department of the "Cotes-d'Armor" and the Bretagne area. Sights Church "Saint Jean du Baly de Lannion", with its tower of 1519 and archway of its nave restored in 2003  The Chapel of the Saint-Joseph College, ...