Your seaside holidays in every season

These holiday homes with a real soul are located on the Côte du Goëlo, just a stone's throw from some of Brittany's most beautiful beaches, making our establishment the perfect place to stay in Côtes-d'Armor. Les Cirés jaunes give rhythm to your desires for a change of scenery through the seasons.

Gîtes in Kerégal, Plouha

On the road to the cliffs, the hamlet of Kerégal, between the green valley and the Palus beach, is home to three pretty holiday homes named after our daughters Amandine and Julie and our grandson Jules. Charlotte has taken off. Each holiday home has its own identity, sometimes inspired by the colours of the ocean, sometimes by the surrounding countryside.

  • La maison d'Amandine is ideal for a stay with family or friends, or for anyone who wants to enjoy a relaxing break with friends or family.
  • Le rêve de Jules and le repère de Julie are cocoons for lovers.

A country lane leads you to the beach at Le Palus. A beach where families love to get together. This is the beach of childhood joys, with sand castles, swimming and fishing on foot. Opposite, a secure play area with swings, zip lines and slides will delight the little ones. A few steps and you're on the GR34 customs path. Just a stone's throw away, you'll find the port of Gwin Zégal, then Bonarparte beach, a wilder beach popular with nature lovers. Access is via a tunnel dug into the rock.

What to do in Plouha ?

Gîte in Saint-Quay-Portrieux

In the wake of the small country houses typical of our Brittany, has been added the coquettish house of Saint-Ké in a quiet area of Saint-Quay-Portrieux. A seaside resort in the 19ᵉ, this town has many facets thanks to its history of fishing and the first sea baths. Its beaches, its two harbours - the deep-water port and the old port - its famous swimming pool and its islands will delight your days. La maison de Saint-Ké is ideal for holidays with family, friends or just the two of you who want to leave your car in the car park! Let yourself get lost and wander to your heart's content through the narrow streets of Portrieux... the château de Calan, the wash houses, the GR34 trail

What to do in Saint-Quay-Portrieux

All local shops within easy reach of your holiday home.

Just a short drive from Saint-Brieuc and Paimpol, our location gives you access to all the essential shops and services: from bakeries to local producers, not forgetting restaurants and health services. When you arrive, you'll be given a booklet containing all the information you need to make your stay as easy as possible. The local markets are great places to meet and exchange ideas, and give you the chance to sample local produce.

  • For the gîtes, Amandine, Jules and Julie, Plouha town centre is a five-minute drive away. The market takes place every Wednesday morning around the church.
  • For the house of Saint-Ké, you can do everything on foot. Two markets: Monday mornings at the old port and Friday mornings around the church.
  • And all the Côtes-d'Armor markets

A season, a Brittany

Brittany, as the seasons go by, reveals its charms and secrets. Each time of year offers a unique experience in the magnificent region of the Côtes d'Armor and whatever the weather!

Les narcisses en fleur

Spring is here Get out of your holiday home, it's the beautiful season!

Parks and gardens offer you a spectacle rich in colours and scents. For plant lovers, the Fête des Jardins will be held on 13 & 14 April 2024 at the Château de Pommorio in Tréveneuc, a small coastal village in the Bay of Saint-Brieuc right next to your gîte. The Breton markets are waiting to welcome you with their early fruit and vegetables (strawberries, asparagus, artichokes, etc.). You can also take advantage of the mild weather to go hiking or cycling. Make the most of this season to discover Brittany's festivals, such as the famous Art Rock Festival in Saint-Brieuc.

Plage du casino à Sain t-Quay-Portrieux

Summer at the beach, shellfish and crustaceans

It's a time for gentle living, a hymn to slowness. We forget about the imperative of time! The beaches invite you to swim, build sandcastles and take long naps. At the end of the afternoon, take a stroll around Saint-Quay-Portrieux and enjoy a delicious ice cream from Ker-Suçon, a Quinocéen institution for all families on holiday, or sit on the terrace of Le Poisson Rouge overlooking the sea. A host of restaurants and crêperies await gourmets and gourmets alike. Evening, concerts are organised between the casino and the old port. Explore the coast on foot or by bike. Embark on an old sailing ship and sail along the Goëlo coast to discover the unspoilt scenery: the cliffs of Plouha, the island of Bréhat, and the Trieux estuary.

tempête sur la digue de Binic

Autumn is upon us, the wind is blowing, the leaves are swirling.

In autumn, Brittany is a land of legends: tremble at Samain. The forests are aglow with colour. The coasts are swept by invigorating winds. It's the perfect time to explore the coastal paths and discover the wilderness. Not to be missed: The winter high tides are an impressive sight. The waves break and the seascapes are unleashed, with the swell hitting with force.

Noël aux cirés jaunes

Winter at Les Cirés Jaunes.

This season reveals a different face, a more authentic region. The landscapes are adorned with mists, and the seaside towns are as if asleep. To warm hearts and bodies, this is the ideal time to savour local specialities. The farmhouse inn le Char à banc serves a potée on Fridays and Saturdays. Take the opportunity to explore the Christmas markets. Every year, the town of Chevalier opens the doors of its château for an exhibition of miniature trains. At the end of the year, the yellow raincoats are decked out in lights, the Christmas trees with their multicoloured baubles, and champagne to celebrate Christmas and New Year's Eve with the whole family or just the two of you, in front of the open fire.