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Trégastel, Bretagne
France
Trégastel lies between Perros-Guirec and Pleumeur Bodou, on the northern coast of of Brittany, called the Côte de Granit Rose. The coast of Tregastel, where pink granite cliffs and alternate sandy beaches each other, has a length of 17 kilometers. In the area there are several finds from the megalithic culture.
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Tags: tregastel; brittany; bretagne; stones; pierres; steine; monolith; nature; france; north; granit; rose
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