Historical and cultural heritage of Côtes d'Armor
Discovering the old stone buildings
- Château de la Roche-Jagu in Ploëzal
- Beauport Abbey in Paimpol
- Château de Rosambo in Lanvellec
- Château de Kergrist in Ploubezre
- The Cathedral in Tréguier and its cloister
- Notre-Dame de la Clarté chapel in Perros-Guirec
- Kestellic Garden
- Kerdalo Garden
For more information, please check the Parcs et Jardins de Bretagne Website.
Characterful cities and villages
Discover the characterful cities of Lannion, Tréguier and Pontrieux (nicknamed “The little Venice in Trégor”), just around the corner from our charming gites. These medieval cities have preserved their historical and architectural heritage : half-timbered houses, façades embellished with carved decorations, outdoor washhouses, corbelling, mansion houses...In the meandering of the cobblestoned streets, you’ll uncover many treasures.
- Handicraft market every tuesday at Trestraou Beach in Perros-Guirec (From 17h).
- Venetian Feast in Perros-Guirec : At dusk, the boats illuminated by colourful bulbs line-up in the harbour. Fireworks are lit around 23h.
- La fête des hortensias(The hydrangeas Festival) : A parade in the streets to the beat of bombardes (traditional Breton oboes) and bagpipes.
- The Pardon de la Clarté, a Catholic celebration on August 15th.
- Festival des chants marins (Sea shanty festival) : nautical and musical festival around Paimpol harbour.
- Fête de la Saint Loup : Folk festival with Breton traditional dances and music in Guingamp.
- Les mercredis en fête in Tréguier in Tréguier : Celebrations each wednesday from mid-July to mid-August from 20H30 in front of the illuminated Cathedral.