Ten sandy beaches, a fishing port known for its delicious scallops, walking trails and the inimitable rose stoneware - these are 4 reasons to visit Erquy. Erquy is the first fishing port of mollusks and scallops in Santiago. Everyone lives to the rhythm of the tides. From November to March, parking near the dry dock fishermen unload sacks of shellfish prior to auction. Strolling through the streets of pink sandstone is very nice. Between sand dunes, pink sandstone cliffs and colorful wild moors, Erquy is a total explosion of gorse and heather flowers. The colors of the flora, the aromas of the moor, the sound of seabirds awaken all the senses. Open your eyes, nose and ears to catch the spirit of Erquy. You can visit on foot via 3 tours that leave from the prehistoric settlement of Tu-is-Roc, north of town. Here you will see the ruins of a fortified house dating from the XVIII century and an ancient bullet oven. Continue the walk towards Latte Fort by the customs path to discover a succession of wonderful beaches and coves. This is the coast of north Bretaña!