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Your holiday in Binic : Tourism and leisure

Binic, also known as "Côtes d'Armor's beauty spot", boasts a beautiful environment.  The harbour, at the mouth of the Ic, was once home to schooners armed for cod fishing.  Today, Binic offers a wide range of leisure activities for the whole family and for all ages.


Around Binic : 

Bréhat :

Departing from l’Arcouest or Binic in the summer, climb aboard a boat that takes you along the Goëlo coast to the island of Bréhat.  On your way you can admire the cliffs of Plouha, Bonaparte beach, a landmark of the Resistance, the bay of Paimpol...

Saint-Quay-Portrieux :

Nestled between Paimpol and Saint-Brieuc, the coastal town of Saint-Quay-Portrieux is located 10 minutes from BEST WESTERN le Benhuyc. This pretty town boasts extravagant villas perched on the cliff or in the town centre, beautiful beaches perfect for relaxing, ideal conditions for watersports, several entrances to the famous GR34 coastal path...

The cliffs of Plouha :

The cliffs of Plouha, standing 104 metres above the sea dominating the bay of Saint Brieuc, are the highest in Brittany. 

Paimpol :

Follow the footsteps of Pierre Loti and discover the history of the "Icelandic fishermen" when you visit Paimpol, where the pleasure boats and fishing boats bob up and down in the marina and where you can sit and contemplate on the terrace of a café.

Perros-Guirec :

The museum of Breton history and traditions, Saint-Jacques-le-Majeur church (11th century), boat trips to Sept-Iles and the Pink Granite coast…

Trégastel :

The marine aquarium, la Grève Blanche and the isle of Renote (listed site), Costaerès château…

Pleumeur-Bodou :

The christianised standing stone of Saint-Uzec, the Telecom City, Planétarium de Bretagne, the Gallic village...

Trébeurden :

The Isle of Milliau, Marais du Quellen marshes and its horses from the Camargue, a boat trip around the islands... 

Lannion :

An historic centre with paved streets and timber-framed houses, Brélévenez templar church and its 140 steps. 

The bay of Saint-Brieuc :

Located between Bréhat archipelago and Cap Fréhel, the bay of Saint Brieuc boasts the largest natural reserve in Brittany, stretching over 1 140 hectares and home to 40 000 migrator birds of 112 different species.

Also see: Trégomeur zoo, Pléneuf-Val-André and its traditional port of Dahouët, Erquy's fishing port (scallops) and Bienassis castle…

A few useful links :
Town of Binic  :
Tourist information centre:

Aqualudique Goëlys in Binic :

Casino in Saint Quay-Portrieux :

Tregomeur zoo :

Boat trips Bréhat :

Côtes d'Armor tourism :

Coastal towns in Brittany: