The Emerald Coast

The Emerald coast is named after the colour of the sea

The Tourist Office of Saint-Cast Guildo belongs to the association “Terres Emeraude”, which involves 7 partners: St Malo, Dinard, Dinan, Cancale, the Emerald Coast district, GIT Mont St Michel, and Saint-Cast-le Guildo.

 It aims at promoting the territory of the Emerald Coast in France and abroad.

Dinan & the Rance Valley :

Medieval city, City of Art and History, guided visits

Dinard : City of Art and History, seaside resort with luxurious villas. Guided visits :

Saint-Malo : Corsair city. City of Art and History, guided visits

Cancale and the Pointe du Grouin 

Shellfish farming area, classified natural site (protection of natural heritage) 

GIT Baie du Mont Saint-Michel- Bretagne romantique.

Jugon-les-Lacs :Rural resort with 2 lakes and numerous leisure activities

Saint Lunaire : Charming seaside resort

Lancieux : Charming seaside resort

Saint-Jacut-de-la mer : charming seaside resort

Saint-Briac sur mer

Fishermen's former village, sea resort of inspiration for artists.

Erquy : Fishing port, visit of the fish auction facility. Classified natural site (protection of natural heritage)

Cap Fréhel et Fort La Latte : Natural and historic site. Guided visits of the Castle.