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The peninsula of Saint-Briac-sur-Mer in Ile-et-Vilaine,
a little paradise to discover on the Emerald Coast in the heart of a Brittany

In the center of the peninsula that closes the cove of "Balcon d'Emeraude", the Château du Nessay is one of those amazing places that disconnect you from the world ...

Facing the island of Ebihens and Cap Fréhel, at the confluence of fresh and salt water in the typical Breton village of Saint-Briac-sur-Mer, you go down its narrow streets in the footsteps of long-distance sailors... A trip out of time in a land steeped in history ...

The name of an Irish saint landed in 748, this quiet village with discreet charm reveals breathtaking landscapes. Exceptional beauty immortalized by Auguste Renoir, Paul Signac, Henri Rivière ...

The "Pearl of the Emerald Coast" offers nature that still reigns supreme: hidden coves, cliffs and long wild beaches. Discover these treasures with - amongst other things - the customs path along the Gulf of Saint-Briac north-east of the castle.

And then, facing you and as far as the eye can see ... the sea, with its different moods and its spectacular tides.

Lovers of sailing, surfing, kitesurfing or kayaking ... many activities are practiced at the nautical base of Saint-Briac.