Situated right at the heart of the historic Trégor, half-way between the tourist centers of Lannion and Guingamp (20kms) and at an equal distance from all parts of the trégor coast, from Perros-Guirec to Paimpol (30 kms), from Plestin-les Gréves to Saint-Quay Portrieux (40 kms), and the Ile de Bréhat (34 kms), the hamlet is a strategic base from which to discover all the main tourist sites of the region while escaping the frenzy of the coast in high
season. There are numerous fine sandy beaches and the famous pink sands of resorts such as Tregastel, Perros, Trébeurden, Ile Grande, Beg Léguer.
And also: The chateaux of Tonquedec, Kergrist and La Roche Jagu, Tréguier Cathedral, Beauport Abbey and the historic towns of Lannion and Guingamp.
Walking and cycling enthusiasts will find the Trégor well served with footpaths and quiet country roads that take you along river banks, through woods and down ancient ‘sunken’ lanes. For ramblers there is also the mythical ‘sentier des Douaniers’, the old customs officers path, which follows the Granit rose coast from Paimpol to Ploumanch through spectacular scenery from the glittering sea to the majestically colourful moorlands. Northern Brittany awaits you there.
Discover too the valleys of the rivers Guindy, Donant and Perrier, the circuit of the river Trieux, the Ménez Bré, Palacret, Poulloguer Watermill, Brélidy, Coatascorn. The Traouiéro valley at Trégastel/Ploumanch, the Armorique Regional Nature Reserve and the magnificent and mysterious Huelgoat Forest an hour’s drive away.
In the vicinity of Bégard.
Riding stables, 18-hole golf club, the neolithic Kerguezennec menhir, the Sainte-Tunvel de Botlézan chapel dating from 15th to 18th Century.
Amoripark and Palacret leisure parks.
Initiation of trout fly fishing in the river.
In the vicinity of Paimpol
Guilben Point, Arcouest Point, the Museum of the sea, the Trieux steam train.
In and around Perros-Guirec
The Sept Iles nature reserve, the Saint Guirec Chapel and Oratory. The Church of Saint Jacques.
In and around Trébeurden
The marshlands of Quellen, the megalithic covered alley on the Ile Millau.