The Emerald Coast and its treasures
Straddling the Ille-et-Vilaine and the Côte d'Armor, the Emerald Coast is yours for the taking. Eugène Herpin, a historian from Saint Malo, named it after the colour of its waters.
The Emerald Coast stretches from the Pointe du Grouin to Cap Fréhel. Saint-Malo and our Grand Hotel de Courtoisville are extremely lucky to be in the heart of this breathtaking landscape. Throughout your journey, you will discover small seaside resorts framed by a generous nature and bordered by superb beaches.
3 reasons to visit the Emerald Coast
Its natural and preserved landscapes: The Emerald Coast is generous. The steep slopes are surrounded by numerous beaches on the edge of a sea of incredible colours and moors as far as the eye can see.
The spectacle of high tides: The high tides are also called spring tides. You will be the spectators of a unique phenomenon in Europe. Saint-Malo is the ideal place for observation.
A rich and authentic heritage: Throughout your trip to the Emerald Coast, you will find small and large seaside resorts with the typical charm of the Breton coast.
A rich and authentic heritage
The Emerald Coast is inseparable from its seaside towns and villages with their unique and recognisable architecture.
Of course you know Saint-Malo, the birthplace of our Grand Hotel and Spa in the Courtoisville district. You will also be surprised by the authentic village of Saint-Suliac, or by the old medieval town of Dinan. Take a trip back to the good old days through Dinard. Make a stop in the fishing village of Cancale facing the Mont-Saint-Michel.