Close to Perros-Guirec, the former fishing village of Ploumanac’h reveals the magical sight of its granite chaos with its coppery pink hues. This boulder formation hewn by the elements over 300 million years extends over 25 hectares and forms a sumptuous decor that the tides continually embellish and reveal. Certain rocks are named after their recognisable shapes: the rock of the fallen king, the bottle, the elephant’s foot or the scallop shell. At the heart of this formation, the Mean Ruz lighthouse soars proudly upwards, also built in pink granite. This marvellous setting is ideal for discovering the maritime riches of this sublime coastline, alternating between cliffs and beautiful fine sandy beaches.