Erquy and its surroundings offer you numerous activities that will delight all generations and make your stay on the Emerald coast unforgettable .
9 miles footpaths will offer you breathtaking landscapes !
The bicycles path also boarders the coast for those who enjoy cycling . Around the town of Erquy, you will be able to ride a 9 mile loop, among which 6 are by the coast.
Every Saturday morning, all year long, and on Monday evenings as well in July and August, Erquy holds a big traditional farmer market that is very popular.
Erquy is also known for its gastronomy with twenty or so restaurants in which you will have the opportunity to taste fresh sea food, with “Breton” specialities such as scallops or the traditional “galettes” of Brittany.
The Erquy bay is the ideal setting to make the most of the water-based activities such as diving, sailing, kayaking, deep sea fishing, jet-skiing, boating, banana boating and flyboarding
Places to visit
The Fort La Latte
Castle transformed into a coast defending fort at the beginning of the 18th century . Come and see its drawbridge, its durgeon and towers .
The city of Dinan
Town of Art and history ! You will be delighted to discover a magnificent city where one can find some of the greatest historical buildings of Brittany and where a famous medieval festival takes place.
This city was the setting of many historical events and it is nowadays one of the most visited towns in France . Even if we are now hundred of years away from the times of the pirates and explorers, you will be astounded by this walled picturesque old town .
The great Aquarium of Saint-Malo : Dive into the aquarium on board a submarine .
The Mont St-Michel
The Mont Saint-Michel : designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this small French city of 41 inhabitants lost in the middle of the sea will surprise you by its peculiarity . You will appreciate the astonishing architecture of its abbey, on top of which you will be 550 feet far from the shore .