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Beaussais-sur-Mer

Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Côtes-d'Armor

Beaussais-sur-Mer - Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Côtes-d'Armor
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Ploubalay:

Ploubalay is located at the crossroads of the beaches of the Emerald Coast, near the dam of the Rance.

A privileged location between ponds, woods and sea, with many hiking and mountain biking trails.

Trégon:

Village of nearly 250 inhabitants, Trégon is located in Côtes-d'Armor, in the heart of Brittany, by the sea.

Its name, which comes from the Breton treb and konk, means village of the bay, in relation to its geographical situation. Modest, the village does not have less some tourist sites inscribed or classified with the Historical Monuments.

The proximity of Trégon with the sea offers a very pleasant environment, as well as sumptuous landscapes. Dynamic, the village seduces visitors with its heritage, but also with the sweetness of life it gives off. Authentic, he has kept his traditions while turning to modernity.

Geographical information

MunicipalityBeaussais-sur-Mer
Postcode22650
Latitude48.5805020 (N 48° 34’ 50”)
Longitude-2.1405810 (W 2° 8’ 26”)
AltitudeFrom 2m to 77m
Surface area41.65 km²
Population3529 inhabitants
Density84 inhabitants/km²
PrefectureSaint-Brieuc (46 mi, 54 min)
Insee code22209
IntercommunalityCC Côte d'Émeraude
DepartmentCôtes-d'Armor
RegionBrittany

Nearest cities & towns

Lancieux2.4 mi (6 min)
Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer3.7 mi (8 min)
Saint-Briac-sur-Mer4 mi (10 min)
Pleurtuit4.7 mi (9 min)
Tréméreuc5 mi (12 min)
Créhen5 mi (9 min)
Saint-Lunaire5.5 mi (12 min)
Dinard6.2 mi (11 min)
Pleslin-Trigavou6.2 mi (10 min)
La Richardais6.2 mi (10 min)
Saint-Lormel6.4 mi (13 min)
Languenan6.5 mi (11 min)
Plancoët7.3 mi (14 min)

Things to see and do

Ploubalay:

From the top of the water tower there is a wide panorama of the countryside and the Emerald Coast.

40 km of footpaths or mountain biking.

Trégon:

Three monuments of the village have been inscribed or classified as Historical Monuments. This is the case of the Romanesque portal of the old church which today serves as a gateway to the sacristy of Saint-Petrock Church, the dolmen of Tinguy-Ville, or the covered alley of Hautière, with its interesting dolmens.

Built in the 19th century, the new Saint-Petrock church is not lacking in charm, as is Beaussais Castle.

In and around the territory of Trégon, hiking trails allow to appreciate the local flora and fauna, and to admire the various monuments that surround the site.

Places of interest

Monuments

Events and festivities

Ploubalay:

Ploubalay market on Friday morning, all year round.

Donkey fair on the 3rd weekend of September at St Michel.

Trégon:

Every August 15th, Trégon proposes its festival of the muss with musical animations and tastings of seafood.

Fifth stage of the Tro Breizh: Beaussais-sur-Mer - La Richardais
Night Nature Outing
Triplette Regional Contests
Mussel Festival

Photos

View of Ploubalay
View of Ploubalay
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Surroundings of Ploubalay
Surroundings of Ploubalay
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Polders of Ploubalay with sight on Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer
Polders of Ploubalay with sight on Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer
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Panoramic water tower seen Bonas valleys in Ploubalay
Panoramic water tower seen Bonas valleys in Ploubalay
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Church Square
Church Square
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Church of Ploubalay
Church of Ploubalay
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Panoramic water tower seen from Guérêts in Ploubalay
Panoramic water tower seen from Guérêts in Ploubalay
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Brenan tower in Ploubalay
Brenan tower in Ploubalay
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Donkey fair in Ploubalay
Donkey fair in Ploubalay
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Monument of the pilot Edward Durst at Ploubalay
Monument of the pilot Edward Durst at Ploubalay
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Floubalay circuit, 10 km ride
Floubalay circuit, 10 km ride
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Crossroads of the beaches of the Emerald Coast in Ploubalay
Crossroads of the beaches of the Emerald Coast in Ploubalay
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Weather

Monday 24 july
Min. 17°C - Max. 26°C
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Tuesday 25 july
Min. 18°C - Max. 29°C
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Wednesday 26 july
Min. 17°C - Max. 21°C
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Visits, leisure and activities nearby

Beaches of Lancieux and Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer.

Dam of the Rance.

Small typical villages are to be discovered on the occasion of beautiful walks in the woodland hinterland.

Ploubalay is 15 minutes from Saint-Malo and Dinan, 5 minutes from Dinard airport, 20 minutes from Jersey.

Lancieux market on Tuesday morning in July and August.

Horse racing on the beach of Saint-Cieux according to the time of the tide in August.

Leisure activities

Last nameActivity typeRateCity
Segway ride to explore Saint-Malo in a different way
Sports sensations29 € to 45 € Saint-Malo (8.3 mi)
Rental bike delivered to your door
Sports sensations15 € La Gouesnière (11.3 mi)
Artisanal biscuit factory tour
Local flavoursFreeCancale (14.3 mi)
Sea fishing with an instructor/guide
Sports sensations60 € to 160 € Erquy (15.6 mi)
Sand yachting in Mont St Michel Bay
Sports sensations20 € to 40 € Hirel (15.7 mi)

Outings

Last nameOuting typeDifficultyDurationDeparture municipality
Circuit of Floubalay in Ploubalay
HikeEasy3h10Beaussais-sur-Mer
Saint-Jacut's grand tour
HikeIntermediate4h50Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer (2.5 mi)
In Chateaubriand's footsteps in Plancoët (grand tour)
HikeIntermediate2h30Plancoët (5.8 mi)
The heritage of Plancoët
HikeEasy55 minPlancoët (5.9 mi)
Loop Matignon - ​​Saint-Pôtan - Ruca
All-terrain bike itineraryEasy1h10Matignon (7 mi)

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