The Emerald Coast
The Emerald Coast is located on the northern coast of Brittany between Cancale and Cap Fréhel. Its name comes from the emerald color of the sea. Just like the Bay of Mont-Saint-Michel, the Emerald Coast is a protected site. From Paramé to Cancale, it is a Natura 2000 site, that is to say a place that is recognized at the European level for its biodiversity. Between rocky points and beaches, the shoreline has many beautiful surprises in store for you, whether on foot, on horseback or by bike. This magnificent part of the Breton coastline can be enjoyed on foot, on horseback or by bike. The Natura 2000 site of the coast from Cancale to Paramé owes its exceptional character to the many exceptional habitats and species that it shelters and that must be preserved.