Local info, daytrips

Medieval towns, standing stones, churches and old farmhouses – the area is steeped in history and legends, with many examples of beautiful architecture. You can visit the legendary Arthurian town of Huelgoat with its lake, famous rocks, woodland walks and cycle routes.

Both Carhaix and Huelgoat have weekly markets and excellent shops, supermarkets, restaurants and bars. The Nantes to Brest canal is perfect for walking, cycling, boating and fishing.

The regional National Parc d’Amorique: Forests and open moorland of outstanding natural beauty, littered with ancient standing stones and burial chambers.

Lac du Drennec offers yachting, canoeing and wind surfing, with safe sandy beaches for children.

All Brittany beaches are only 45 minutes away, varying from rugged cliffs, rocky beaches or sand beaches that are safe for children.