The pink granite coast (125 km away)
Located in the west of the Côtes d’Armor, this is an exceptional natural site. You can admire the granite coast sculpted by the wind and the tides, but also a rich and colourful fauna and flora.
The Talbert furrow (108 km away)
A geological curiosity, this furrow of pebbles and sand extends 3km into the sea. This nature reserve is a real haven for birds.
The wild coast of Quiberon (112 km away)
Discover the magnificent landscapes of the Quiberon peninsula and its wild coast. You will be able to admire pretty creeks, cliffs, sand dunes… A unique and protected biodiversity which will seduce you.
The coast of Penthièvre (62 km away)
From Pléneuf Val André to Cap Fréhel, you will be speechless in front of the magnificent cliffs covered with moorland and the panorama you will have on the Fort la Latte from Cap Fréhel.
Lake Guerlédan (47 km away)
The largest artificial lake in Brittany (300 ha), the lake of Guerlédan is used as a reserve for the hydroelectric plant. You can take advantage of the many hiking trails or the banks of the lake to spend a day in the company of nature.
Jugon-les-lacs (28 km away)
Saint Alban (50 km away)
Rohan (40 km away)
You can also discover all the green stations of Brittany through a bike tour to download here
Moncontour (28 km away)
It is a small medieval town perched on a rock. Stroll through its narrow streets and see its half-timbered houses, its granite mansions and its magnificent St-Mathurin church.
Jugon-les-lacs (28 km away)
The town is situated in a valley near two lakes. Its location allows for numerous water sports activities as well as beautiful walks.
Bécherel (46 km away)
The first French book city! Take a walk through its narrow streets and look for books in its 13 bookshops, no doubt you will find what you are looking for among the 500 000 books available in Becherel! Many events are organised throughout the year. Discover also the other small towns of character nearby: Châtelaudren, Josselin, Malestroit, Quintin, Rochefort en Terre