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Saint-Cast-le-Guildo

Interesting
Saint-Cast-le-Guildo
The Essential
Interesting
An agglomeration of three different towns, this seaside resort has a long history, as visitors will note from the attractive villas in the Mielles quarter. St-Cast-Le-Guildo still retains its charming little fishing harbour. There are also has seven beaches, two of them expanses of fine sand: the Grande Plage and Pen-Guen. La Frênaye and La Pissotte nestle in a wilder setting. Cast is the Breton version of the name Cadoc (a popular Welsh saint).

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Saint-Cast-le-Guildo

Côte d'Émeraude (Emerald Coast) Côte d'Émeraude (Emerald Coast)
Côte d'Émeraude (Emerald Coast)
A scenic road runs alongside the
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St Cast Point
St Cast Point
On the point stands a monument in memory
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Pointe de la Garde
Pointe de la Garde
From the far end of this headland, there
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Church
Church
This church built in the late 19C
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Chapel of St Blanche
Chapel of St Blanche
Above the high altar, an ancient statue
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