Take a holiday in the north of Brittany and plunge yourself into the stunning countryside that is the Pink Granite Coast. A colourful medley that changes tone with the time of day, you can admire this remarkable landscape by taking the old customs officers’ path from Trébeurden to Ploumanac'h. Book a flight to Lannion and, before heading inland, tour the Seven Islands archipelago, the marshlands at Trestel and Perros-Guirec. If you follow the coastal Leguer River (a fly fishing heaven!), in Trégor, you’ll reach Lannion, a town perched high above the river mouth, looking out to sea. The town centre is a blend of timber-framed medieval house and impressive monuments: the Cruguil Manor and park, the Sainte Anne Monastery (now a media library) and the Ursulines Convent with its elegant cloisters and classic architectural design. Reserve a hotel room in Lannion close to its amazing landmarks. Interesting fact – Lannion and the local region are home to typical Brittany places of worship, different in style from other parts of France. Take the time to do a tour of the Saint Thiruen and Saint Nicodème chapels as well as the Saint Jean du Baly, Loguivy and Brélévénez churches.