The city of Lannion
Lannion, the capital of the Trégor region, is a town steeped in history, whose origins date back to the Neolithic period. This town with its medieval appearance, whose ramparts are still visible, developed around the port activity, in particular, around the ford which used to allow the crossing of the Léguer. Following the small cobbled paths, admire the half-timbered or sculpted slate houses. These small houses, convents and manor houses, all inherited from the past, are now part of the town’s charm. Take a step up to the church of Brélévenez, offering a beautiful panorama from the top of its 140 steps. Its famous market will offer you good local products, in order to discover the famous gastronomy of Brittany. The century-old Halles de Lannion is a real place for exchanges and meetings. Lannion is also a gateway to the Côte de Granit Rose, so unique to the region, offering numerous walking routes and activities for all ages, in all seasons! If you are walking along the bay, stop off at one of the many restaurants overlooking the bay. For all art lovers, visit the Chapelle des Ursulines, built in the 17th century, an opportunity to admire its various works of art.
For local products lovers, come and discover the Armorik whisky from Brittany! Enjoy a guided and commented tour on the making of this famous whisky and enjoy a tasting at the end of the visit.
Let’s discover the Pink Granite Coast…
These unique landscapes are breathtaking. Less than twenty kilometres away from the campsite, come and take the time to discover these rocky pink granite paths, with their singular shapes, along the customs path. For this, go to Ploumanac’h, on the coast. For nature lovers, set off to discover the 7 Islands archipelago, a protected natural site home to numerous species of nesting birds.
Ploumanac’h, elected favourite village of the French, offers you beautiful walks to share.
Where are we heading to next ?
Closer to the sea…
A few kilometres by car from the campsite, it would be a shame not to stop off at the seaside to admire the unique landscapes of the coastline. On the water, book various excursions: boat trips, water sports, fishing… there are many activities!
For nature and history lovers, go to Trébeurden. The highest point of the Bay of Lannion, nature is preserved here and the landscapes are breathtaking. At low tide, you can access the Ile Milliau and play the explorer, enjoying a picnic in the open air. This island is only accessible on foot. Don’t forget to check the tide tables!
Finally, they will not go unnoticed… the menhirs have dominated the landscape for many centuries. You will have the opportunity to observe several menhirs and megaliths during your walk in Trébeurden.
• Near the campsite •
All amenities are only a few steps away from the campsite! E.Leclerc supermarket is less than 10 minutes away on foot. The town centre of Lannion is about 20 minutes walk from the campsite. You can also get there by bike, as the town has cycle paths and cycle facilities. There is a wide range of restaurants to choose from, so you can try the many Breton culinary specialities!