Île-Grande, at the heart of a remarkable site: the Pink Granite Coast

Île-Grande, at the heart of a remarkable site: the Pink Granite Coast

Connected to the continent by a small bridge, surrounded by small islands, Île-Grande is a wonderful natural site, whether on land or sea. Discover its heritage, admire its lights, walk its paths, relax on its beaches, enjoy various activities and have a taste of the local gastronomy. Degemer Mat (Welcome) !


A unique scenery of carved granite boulders. France’s largest ornithological reserve. The Cité des Télécoms in the telecommunications Parc du Radôme. The Sept-Îles archipelago. The Trégastel Marine Aquarium. The numerous Dolmens and Menhirs. The Men Ruz Lighthouse (Perros-Guirec).


The GR34 path. Around Île-Grande (Enez Veur). Around Île Milliau (Trébeurden). Around Île Renote (Trégastel). The moors of Ploumanac'h. The cliffs of Pors Mabo (Trébeurden). The Pointe de Bihit. The Pointe de Landrellec, across Île-Grande.


Leisure, fun, sports, exploration, discoveries… Organize a wonderful holiday to your liking.


Feel like enjoying the tastes and flavours of Brittany? The chefs of the Pink Granite Coast invite you to savour their delicious combinations of seafood and Trégor local produce.


In Brittany, megalithic constructions are particularly numerous, and some of them are well preserved. Today, most sites are protected, developed and made accessible to the public.


Pleumeur-Bodou is blessed with an extremely rich local heritage: castle, hamlets, churches, chapels, fountains, wash houses, sun dials, etc. The new Véloroute, a car-free cycling route called "La Littorale", will take you into the backcountry and astound you with its breathtaking panoramas! Discover some of the most beautiful elements of the local heritage!


The Radôme once emerged from the soil of Pleumeur-Bodou as a new centre of space telecommunications. A white ball that makes for an intriguing exploration.



Depending on the tide, Ile Grande shows various facets, granting – or denying – access to the various islands that surround it. The 7-kilometre long GR (Grande Randonnée) coastal path will allow you to walk around Île-Grande in about 2½ hours. Along the small paths, you will discover St-Sauveur harbour, Kervoalant marshes, shingle or fine sand beaches, Toul Gwenn dunes, the legendary Canton and d’Aval islands, Morvil island, the Rocher du Corbeau, the local passage tomb, as well as St-Sauveur fountain. Ile-Grande, both wild and dynamic, somehow distinguishes itself from the rest of Pleumeur Bodou: though it can be accessed by a small stone bridge against the foreshore, it possesses its own character. Together with the neighbouring islets (Canton and d'Aval islands), it also stands out with brightly hued coastal landscapes. The sea here, more than elsewhere, retreats far away, giving at high tide a glamorous, almost dreamlike quality to its white sand beaches.


A few steps away or at cable length… • The Planétarium (Pleumeur-Bodou) invites you to discover the universe. • The Île-Grande water sports centre: kayaks, Stand-Up Paddles, catamarans, sailing boats... • The Village Gaulois (Pleumeur-Bodou), an amusing, cultural experience with a humanitarian purpose • The Cité des Télécoms • The Parc Aventure & Accrobranche (Pleumeur-Bodou) • The Île-Grande ornithological centre • The Forum de la Mer, a relaxing seawater swimming pool and Spa, five minutes’ drive away • The St-Samson (Pleumeur-Bodou) and Bégard golf clubs • Fishing and meeting fishermen • The numerous hiking trails to be discovered • Horse riding • Bicycle rides (possibility to rent bikes from the Tourist Office)

RESTAURANTS IN PLEUMEUR-BODOU and on the Pink Granite Coast

On the Tourist Office website, you will find a list of restaurants and cafes to provide for a gourmet instant.