Trébeurden is one of the highlights of the Côtes d'Armor. A pleasant fishing village that’s popular with summer vacationers, it offers access to the rosy-hue cliffs of the Corniche Bretonne. Look at the profile of dramatic rocks off the coast near Trégastel and Perros-Guirec and use your imagination to see La Tête de Mort (Death's Head), La Tortoise, Le Sentinel, and Le Chapeau de Wellington (Wellington's Hat). The coastal scene changes with the sunlight and with the ebb and flow of tides that are strong enough to leave formerly floating boats stranded on the dry sea floor.
For me, it was Borealis or bust--or both.More