The Archipelago of Sept-Îles, the kingdom of seabirds

Between Perros-Guirec and Trégastel, off the Côte de Granit Rose, lies the Archipelago of Sept-Îles. Rouzic Island, Malban Island, Bono Island, Plate Island, Moines Island, Cerfs and Costans constitute a group of rocky islets recognized as a protected natural site since 1912 and classified as a Nature Reserve in 1976.


Discover the 7 Islands by star and observe many species of seabirds: gannets, Atlantic puffins, crested cormorants, razorbills, herring and brown sea gulls, etc.


A group of about thirty gray seals live on the island of Rouzic, a nature reserve.


From April to September, daily departures take place aboard a speedboat or a sailboat. In March, October and during school holidays (Toussaint, Christmas, February), take advantage of punctual departures. These departure times vary according to the tides.



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