A stone’s throw from the town centre, discover the historic centre of Saint Brieuc, its cobbled streets, cathedral, colourful timber-framed houses, museum of art and history, Rohannec’h villa. Guided tours are organised at the tourist information centre www.baiedesaintbrieuc.com
At the harbour « port du Légué », the entrance to the bay of Saint Brieuc, you can admire the old sailing ship « Le Grand Légon » and the lighthouse at Pointe à l’Aigle.
Briqueterie de Langueux.
This ecomuseum organises workshops, shows and exhibitions.
Maison de la baie à Hillion
The bay of Saint Brieuc, the 5th largest bay in the world due to the amplitude of its tide, is a unique site in a preserved natural environment. Throughout the summer, the Maison de la Baie offers themed nature tours (crossing the bay, bird watching, storytelling evening…)
Exploing the breton coast
On foot: « rando baie » 100 kilometres of hiking trails On the website www.baiedesaintbrieuc.mobi by bike: 5 long cycle paths and greenways for exploring the Côtes d’Armor : by mountain bike: 500 kilometres of marked circuits, 22 routes ranging from 9 to 40 km, mountain bike park located 150 m from the campsite on horseback: 2000 kilometres of marked, landscaped trails for horseriding enthusiasts. rando.cotesdarmor.com
To sea nearby
Ideas for days out
in May, ART ROCK music festival www.artrock.org, every summer LATE NIGHT festivals in Saint Brieuc, maritime festival at port du Légué, Lanloup festival (traditional Breton dances) in Guingamp