Don't you think that the Pink Granite Coast in Brittany (France) deserves more than a selfie?

This week, our team was in Bretagne to finalise the details for a summer installation in an amazing location - stay tuned!

We took this opportunity to unlock the full visual potential of this lovely region and organised a demo session in Ploumanac'h.

The Pink Granite Coast, so-called because of the colour of its rocks, is one of the most beautiful stretches of Brittany’s coastline. The area is renowned for its unusual rock formations, the best of which can be found on the coastal path between Perros-Guirec and the port of Ploumanac’h.
We concentrated our tests around the lighthouse Mean Ruz.  Built in 1860 and destroyed in 1944, it had been rebuilt in pink granite in 1947. The view is beautiful, and the huge pink granite blocks are impressive.