552 Properties for sale in Côtes-d'Armor, Brittany, France
Originally known as Côtes du Nord until it was renamed in 1990, the department of Côtes d’Armor was created during the French Revolution. Located in northern Brittany, the department is known for its colourful coastline and charming historic towns.
CAPITAL: ST-BRIEUC Twinned with Aberystwyth in Wales, the town is named after the Welsh monk Saint Briocus, who evangelised the region in the 6th century and established an oratory in the town. Located near the English Channel the town is part of the Bay of St-Brieuc, a nature reserve that is a bird watcher’s paradise and has the fifth highest tidal range in the world.
Average property prices
Côtes-d’Armor: €159 000
Source: Notaires de France
Access from UK
By air: Eurostar to Paris and TGV to Rennes then regional services to St-Brieuc
By train: St-Brieuc is 568km from Calais
By road: Brittany has ferry ports at St-Malo and Roscoff
Average annual temperature: (St-Brieuc): 7.5°C/14.5°C
Average annual rainfall: 776.2mm
Average annual sunshine hours: 1,564.6
Côtes-d’Armor has a long coastline including the Côte de Granit Rose (pink granite coast) which takes its name from the distinctive dusky pink hue of the rocks, and the Côte Emeraude (emerald coast) named after the bright green colour of the sea. There is only one Plus Beau Village in the department, medieval Moncontour, which sits on a hilltop south of the capital.
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