Every Thursday evening in July and August there is a "Fête de la Musique" in Lamballe. Well worth a visit.
"Les Nocturnes" every Thursday and Friday night July & August in St Brieuc.
Tree Park - Indian Forest
Snowboard the peaks, or giant zip lines.
You move at your own pace.
Test your agility, balance and daring.
Purple - Orange: For children from 3 years.
White-Yellow-Green: Children 5 years & over.
Superb and fantastic for families! Pedaloes, farm animals, flea market and more!
This lovely unspoilt cove is located in the heart of a superb site at the foot of the tip of Les Rosaires Swimming is supervised in summer.
Le Val André has no fewer than four beaches, each very different from the other. There is Val André Beach in the heart of the charming little town of Pléneuf, the wild beach of Vallées, the long stretches of sand at Ville-Berneuf, which continue along all the way to Erquy.
Les Rosaires beach, Baie de Saint-Brieuc
Dinan - The medieval town on the hilltop has many fine old buildings, some of which date from the 13th century. The town retains a large section of the city walls, part of which can be walked round.
The Benedictine Abbey of Mont-Saint-Michel is one of the most remarkable examples of mediaeval religious and military architecture and was one of Christianity's most important pilgrimage sites from the 8th to the 18th century.The Abbey comprises a superb ensemble of clerical buildings including the abbey church, the cloister, the refectory, the monks' ambulatory and the gardens of what has been known as the ""Merveille"" (Marvel) since the 12th century. In summer, the Abbaye du Mont-Saint-Michel is best seen in all its splendour after sunset during the special “sons et lumières"" shows.
Every Saturday morning, France’s second largest market invites visitors to browse the colourful stalls of over 300 producers from across Brittany, in the unique historical backdrop of old Rennes. Come and discover Coucou de Rennes chickens, Petit Gris melons and Reinette apples, dry and fruity cider, shellfish and the unmissable salted butter.
A farmers’ market takes place in the abbey grounds on Sunday mornings from March to October. While you’re there, check out the crystal shop and the dried-flower seller. There’s also a café, a crêperie and a charming hotel-restaurant.
The abbey’s most spectacular event takes place in August – a son et lumière, which recounts Brittany’s history from Neolithic times to the Revolution. The show uses more than 400 actors, 1200 costumes, 45 dogs and 35 horses and ends with an unforgettable parade of 500 flaming torches as well as a firework display.