To try to recommend just one place or area in Brittany is impossible as there are genuinely so many beautiful beaches, views, history, wildlife, landscapes…the list goes on, but if you want an area by the sea which is pretty much away from the standard sandy-holiday-style-beach location, then Locquemeau more than deserves a visit Tredez-Locquemeau is the commune which occupies the area between Saint-Michel-en-Greve and the Beg Leguer river which separates it from the town of Lannion to the east. It is accessed via the D786 which is the road between Lannion and Plestin-les-Greves, or alternatively you can carry on until you reach Saint-Michel-en-Greve and then turn right by the church. The beaches of Tredez-Locquemeau are mostly made up of shingle and rocks, and offer wonderful views of sailing boats and fishing vessels. As you head out to Le Pointe de Sehar, you will come across a really attractive tourist area which hosts an eatery – Le Cafe de Port, an antique shop and an amazing fish restaurant – Les Filits Bleus which has one of the most comprehensive fish and seafood menus around. You could drive around the Tredrez-Locquemeau area in an hour if you wished, or you could take all day exploring the hidden beaches, admiring the views, partaking in an exquisite meal or just enjoy the raw waves beating against the rocks.