Côtes-d'Armor
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)
Since 1890, this pretty name has been
240 minutes
St Cast Point
St Cast Point
On the point stands a monument in memory
240 minutes
Pointe de la Garde
Pointe de la Garde
From the far end of this headland, there
240 minutes
Church
Church
This church built from 1897 to 1899
15 minutes
Chapel of St Blanche
Chapel of St Blanche
Above the high altar, an ancient statue
15 minutes