If you're looking for a charming seaside resort for a few days, Saint-Cast-Le guildo is the place to go. The landscape is made up of capes, islands and endless stretches of beach. Take a few hours to walk along the coast and through the ruins of the castle before visiting the peninsula of Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer. In the late nineteenth century, Saint-Cast-Le guildo came to life thanks to the tourism boom started by the painter Marinier. He loved this place. In fact, he bought the tip and with his son-in-law built hotels and villas. It is currently a very popular family tourist destination for its seven beaches and hiking opportunities along the sea. Saint-Cast is a an absolute must. Take a tour of the impressive ruins of the feudal castle of guildo and then the coast awaits you! If you enjoy collecting shellfish you're in luck because here at low tide you will be bale to gather clams, cockles, razor. You will stuff your face!!!