|Discover The Region
Central Brittany contains a wonderful mixture of gentle undulating farmland, broken by twisted rivers and ancient woodlands, leading up to moorland and craggy hilltops, then decending gradually to the coast, with it’s dramatic seascapes.
Visitors can explore this delightful countryside on foot or by cycle, on the numerous paths and trails which cross the area.
Whether you are interested in gardens or chateaux, sports or music concerts, archeology, art or museums; there is plenty of everything to see in this part of Brittany.
Roman sites : aquaduct, villa and bridge
Nantes to Brest Canal – walking, cycling and fishing
Abbey de Bon Repos
Gardens of Chateau de Trevarez
Huelgoat – boulders, walks, cycling in the forests
Mont d’Arrée – walks, cycling and amazing views
Tour of Parish churchs – very ornate 15th/16th Century chuches
Carhaix adrenaline park – challenge courses through the trees
Visit the Brittany Tourist website for some ideas: www.brittanytourism.com