Brittany is a land of traditions, an authentic region that claims its culture and its origins. The Côtes d'Armor are at the heart of this very special country, Plouha nestles in the bay of Saint-Brieuc, known for the beauty of its landscapes and the fishing with the Shell Saint-Jacques. The fifth most beautiful bay in the world also shines by Breton gastronomy, gourmet and famous pancakes, cakes, kouign-amann, cider, seafood and cold meats will delight you. The cottages of Kerégal are ideally located to enjoy the activities, leisure and outings around. Each season is different and offers many possibilities, festivals, concerts, exhibitions, fest-noz, markets, flea markets ...
Film produced by La canopée Thanks to Onur and Usbu - Professional Photography and Videography based in Saint-Brieuc. Onur Bozkurt has already been honored for his short films at the Helsinki Film Festival.
For lovers of old stones, heritage, beautiful villages and for all those who wish to trace the history of Brittany. Discovery throughout your holidays. For lovers of botany, of rose-perfumed breezes, camellias, rhododendrons and other plants. Come and walk in the most beautiful gardens and parks of the Côtes d 'Armor! All these sites a few minutes away from your holiday home will seduce you by their authenticity. Discovery all through your holidays!
Abbaye de Beauport - 13th century abbey and natural domain, by the sea in the bay of Paimpol. Not to be missed! Le Domaine de La Roche Jagu - overlooking the Trieux estuary, stunning views & its medieval-style garden labelled The remarkable garden. The Tréguier cathedral and its collegiate. On the shore of the Canal de Nantes à Brest stands the Cistercian Abbey of the The Abbey Bon Repos. The castle of Bienassis in Erquy, the castle of Hunaudaye in Plédéliac, Fort Lalatte castle in Fréhel. In photos, Notre Dame du Guildo on the banks of the Arguenon in Saint Cast Le Guildo. Brittany is full of other sights and attractions such as the Valley of saints in Carnoët, and closer to us, the chapel of Kermaria an Iskuit and the temple of Lanleff. A small nod to the magnificent Parish enclosures of Guimiliau, Pleyben and Saint-Thégonneuc ... in the department of Finistère
The Kerdalo Gardens - Trédarzec – English-style garden of 18 hectares descending along the Jaudy river. Domaine de La Roche Jagu - Ploëzal - contemporary garden of medieval inspiration The gardens of Botrain – Mur de Bretagne- theme garden around an 18th century castle. The Garden of Blends in St Gilles des Bois. More information on the website Parc et Jardins de Bretagne
Around your cottages or BnB, you can visit cities of art and history, such as Dinan, Guingamp, Morlaix, Lamballe and many labelled many cities of characters - label awarded to a small number of villages and cities in France with a remarkable architectural and natural heritage. True Breton jewels. Chatelaudren over the water Le Leff. The old printing press of Petit Echo de la Mode & chapel Notre-Dame-du-Tertre built in the 14th century. Pontrieux owes its name to the river Trieux, which crosses it. Nicknamed The Little Venic of Trégor. The houses of the sixteenth to the nineteenth century timber and stone, the house "Eiffel Tower (sixteenth century), fountain granite (eighteenth century). Fifty flowery and illuminated wash-houses to be discovered in boats; day and night. La vapeur du Trieux the steam train from Paimpol to Pontrieux with the discovery of the estuary LeTrieux. Trèguier's story unfolds through its streets, alleyways, hidden gardens and the Jaudy that runs through it. The cathedral Saint-Tugdual, masterpiece of Breton religious architecture and its magnificent cloister of 48 arcades. Ernest Renan's museum. Moncontour-de-Bretagne and many more that you can find on Small cities of character. Close to our cottages and bed and breakfasts, you will be able to visit numerous townsand villages labelled “Petite cité de caractère”- a label given to a small number of villages and towns in France with remarkable architectural and natural heritage. Chatelaudren built on the Le Leff river. The old printing presses of Le Petit Echo de la Mode& The chapel of Notre-Dame-du-Tertre built in the fourteenth century. Pontrieux owes its name to the river Trieux which crosses it. Nicknamed Little Venice of the Trégor. A must-see: The sixteenth to nineteenth century houses built in timber and stone, the sixteenth century house of the "Eiffel Tower" and the eighteenth century granite fountain. Fifty laundry places (lavoirs) flowered and lit to be discovered by boat day and night. La vapeur du Trieux Tréguier is told through its streets, its alleyways, its hidden gardens and the Jaudy which crosses it. The cathedral Saint-Tugdual, masterpiece of Breton religious architecture and its magnificent cloister of 48 arcades. The Ernest Renan Museum. Moncontour-de-Bretagne and many more that you can find on the website of Les petites cités de caractère.