Discover our list of the most beautiful viewpoints and spots in the Bay of Saint-Brieuc. Take in the heights, the open sea, and take plenty of photos! Panoramic views of the sea and the land – truly immense, we have to say!
The Pointe du Roselier
A spectacular 360° panoramic view over the Bay of Saint-Brieuc! This is an unmissable viewpoint, extending over Martin-Plage on one side and the Nature Reserve on the other. The coves and cliffs that outline the Côtes d'Armor coastline. This is the perfect place to appreciate the full range of colours and landscapes, constantly renewed according to the tides and seasons.The Pointe du Roselier panorama
The Pointe des Guettes
At the heart of the Nature Reserve, the Pointe des Guettes – located on the Hillion peninsula – offers a majestic panoramic view over the entire Bay. A landscape dotted with water channels, completely covered during high tides, welcoming a diversity of birds from all over the world every year. At low tide, the mussel beds reveal themselves. This is a landscape in constant motion, rocked to the rhythms of the tides.Panoramic views over the nature reserve
The Parc de la Villa Rohannec'h
The Parc de la Villa Rohannec'h, a link between the city and the port, offers up a seven hectare promenade of unspoilt nature. The Italian-inspired villa overlooks the Port du Légué, presenting an exceptional view over the maritime district of Saint-Brieuc. An ideal spot for a picnic break with family or friends.
The Pointe de la Béchue
A breathtaking view of the long Rosaires beach and the Tournemine coastline. These cliffs are teeming with vegetation, right up to the water's edge, with fantastic landscapes that vary with the seasons. A popular spot for paragliders!Pointe de la Béchue
The Pointe du Bec de Vir
A magnificent panoramic view of the cliffs of Plouha, the highest in Brittany (104 m!). Looking west, the islands of the Bréhat archipelago are unveiled to the rhythms of the tides. The Caps of Erquy and Fréhel, further east, can be clearly seen on a clear day.
The Landes de Lanfains
Discover the Lanfains moors, characteristic of the open landscapes found in the plateaus of the Armorican massif. Culminating at a height of 327 metres, you may come across the curlew – a nesting bird of these flat moorlands. Throughout the year, heather and gorse line the earth.Landes de Lanfains