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Lannion, the capital of Trégor

Located between the Emerald Coast and the Pink Granite Coast, Lannion is a historic city where Breton tradition has endured for centuries. It will also surprise you with its modernity and dynamism.

Back to the Medieval Age

For history and chivalry lovers, Lannion will be a life-size playground. An ancient medieval city, you will find the authenticity of the time through the streets, squares and cobbled alleys. Then take an interest in the half-timbered houses, the manors and other towers attached to the facades of the mansions. The unmissable of Lannion is without any doubt the church of Brélévenez which dominates the city. You can get there by climbing the 142 steps of its famous picturesque staircase.

Where to go out in Lannion ?

In addition to its historical past, Lannion is also a city where you can do many activities with family and friends. Exhibitions, concerts, restaurant-bar, leisure activities, there is a choice. L’Imagerie is a gallery dedicated to art and photography that hosts the Estivales photographiques every summer. For lovers of live shows, go to the Carré Magique for a concert, a play or a dance or circus show. Finally, for those who prefer sports and leisure activities: the Sports Nature base of Lannion offers water sports activities such as kayaking, rafting or white water swimming. The riding club will offer you a unique horseback ride. Finally, for the little ones who need to expend their energy, the “Elopirate” park and its inflatable structures will be the ideal place to expend their energy in complete safety.

The valley of Goas Lagorn : between land and sea !

47 hectares of valley delimit the cities of Lannion and Trébeurden in the Côtes d’Armor. The Goas Lagorn Valley is now home to many grazing species. Framed on both sides by the cliffs of Beg Léguer and Pors Mabo, the valley belongs to the domain of the Conservatoire de l’Espace Littoral to ensure its preservation. Located not far from the GR34, you can easily reach it and find the St Thurien chapel. An opportunity to discover the natural wealth of Lannion and its surroundings during your stay in Brittany.

To be discovered at the campsite

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