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Visits

Taureau castle

Enblem of Morlaix bay, in the Haut-Finistere, Taureau castle welcomes you. Embark for 2 hours of discovery in the heart of a monument faithfully restored from the drawbridge to the terrasse… Departures near the Sentes Marines at Diben harbour.


Website : Taureau castle

Cairn of Barnenez

This huge 7000 year-old megalith is a fascinating masterpiece made of corridors of accumulated dry stones standing on one another by miracle sometimes.


Website : Cairn of Barnenez

Crypt of Lanmeur

In the heart of Lanmeur, Saint Melar church holds a Norman crypt (9th century), one of the oldest in Brittany. The vaults are standing on pillars. The biggest ones have prominent remains: they are said to be ancient Roman columns which were reused. It costs 0,20 euros to get the crypt lit.

Leon by iron and stream

These excursions will make you discover the region of Morlaix in an original way on foot, by train or on a boat.


Website : Leon by iron and stream

The seven islands

The archipelago of the 7 islands is a classified nature reserve which shelters 27 species of nesting birds. The crew will teach you to distinguish all these species. The protective league of birds (LPO) takes care of this exceptional natural heritage. A colony of around thirty grey seals stays there all year long.


Website : The seven islands

Center of discovery of the sound

Let us walk in the sounds of the wood by a magic path to listen and to make noise.


Website : Center of discovery of the sound

Rosanbo castle

The castle and the park are classified as historic monuments. Located in the heart of Trégor, in the district of Côtes d’Armor, the castle of Rosanbo shows us six centuries of French history.


Website : Le Château de Rosanbo

Roche Jagu castle

To attend a show at the Roche Jagu is enjoying a natural sets, a magnificent frame, sitting on the grass or a straw bundle. It is also enjoying taking a nice path to visit the park through artists’ look.


Website : Roche Jagu castle

La métairie ecomuseum

Countryside life from 1860 to 1970. Presentation of trades’ street: leather worker, shoemaker, school, forge, clog maker, 1900 hairdressing salon. Discovery of Breton games for adults and children.


Website : La métairie ecomuseum

Trobodec valley

Small valley which leads to Vilin Izella beach. On the spot, a mill with its big wheel and, in the meadow, a couple of cows takes care of the site maintenance. On the heights, Beg an Fri site, the rocky, vertical hillock, seems to split the sea like a boat. Close to it, you can visit the rural museum of the Trégor where ancient agricultural and marine tools of the region are exposed.

Café/Bookshop “Caplan & Co”

Amazing place where you can discover books, take a break and admire the setting. An invitation to reading.

Website : Café/Bookshop “Caplan & Co


Café Théodore

This rural café, this counter of life with its humanist looks echoes the character gave it his name. You will also find a whole programming of small events for great moments.

Website : Café Théodore

Kerguelen cellars

Cider made in oak barrel, “pommeau” and water of cider. Visits of the 16th century cellar. Selected by the Elysée since 1997.

Website : Kervéguen cellars


Morlaix


At the heart of the valleys, Morlaix, thanks to its sheltered arbour, has been the core of commercial and all other surrounding activities for centuries. There lived rich traders and shipowners and you could recruit formidable corsair crews. Of these ceaseless trades arose the incredible historical and architectural wealth of the city: “maison à pondalez” unique in the world, houses with timber framing, 17th century stone houses, alleys, terrace gardens… One of the most beautiful heritages of Finistère.

Home of the Duchess Anne

aristocratic house of 1520-1530 year with a particularly well-preserved example of a house known as lantern or pondalez. The covered courtyard is decorated with a monumental staircase prestige oak richly decorated.
Website: home of the Duchess Anne


Religious enclosures

Small and cute island located in front of Roscoff, it is accessible by boat in 20 minutes. It is far enough from the continent for the inhabitants to live a peaceful life. Its small surface, its coasts made of changing zigzags, allow a direct view on the sea wherever you are. Few cars and some tractors help the horses to do their job on the fields cultivated with great care. This island has 20 beaches and a nice climate. Many departures for day trip during the summer from the Diben harbour.

Batz island

Small and cute island located in front of Roscoff, it is accessible by boat in 20 minutes. It is far enough from the continent for the inhabitants to live a peaceful life. Its small surface, its coasts made of changing zigzags, allow a direct view on the sea wherever you are. Few cars and some tractors help the horses to do their job on the fields cultivated with great care. This island has 20 beaches and a nice climate. Many departures for day trip during the summer from the Diben harbour.


Website : Batz island

The mounts of Arrée

Covering largely the regional park of Armoric, this is Brittany off the beaten track. The setting is almost intact, a mysterious country of legends. The term mounts -the summit of which reaches 384m- can seem exaggerated, but the landsape is real and offers lots of beautiful views. Some sites you have to see : the 11th century abbey at Le Relecq, the ecomuseum of Kerouat, the Cornec house, the Wolf Museum close to the Landes of Gragou, the roc’h (or rock) Trududon. The naturalist association SEPNB Bretagne Vivante (Living Brittany) proposes outings to discover carnivorous and fossilised plants, beavers on the river Ellez, Landes birds…


Museum of wolf

The Museum of the wolf (canis lupus of) offers exposure to a total area of ??400 . Each room is a theme, and you have access to a dozen rooms.
Open: Sundays from April to novembrede 14h to 18h. Throughout the year, the second Wednesday during the school holidays from 14h to 18h.
Août July 2013: daily from 14pm to 18pm. Website: Museum of the wolf

website : museum of wolf

Relecq Abbey

The abbey was founded in 1132 Relec. Its location in the valley Queffleuth, the lower slopes of Arree obeys the Cistercian ideal. A large Romanesque church changed over time, the remains of the cloister area, two ponds, a road lined with tall trees, a monumental fountain and old gardens surrounded by deep moats still testify to the presence of the monks Cistercian for six centuries.

Website : le site du parc naturel


Daoulas abbey

Well-known since 1986 for the quality and originality of its archaeological, historical and ethnographic exhibitions created in collaboration with the greatest museums in the world, this ancient abbey also holds a magnificent garden of 250 species of medical plants.

Website : Daoulas abbey


Seaweeds discovery centre

All over the year, they welcome you simply and freely without reservation for activities, meetings, microscopic workshops, documentaries…You will be immersed in an unknown and fascinating universe.

Website : Seaweeds discovery centre


la récrée des 3 curés – amusement park

Want to relax, have a good time with friends or family on the big and small children are in the amusement park recreates the 3 priests. Conveniently located Milizac – 5 minutes of Brest – the park family entertainment and attractions the coolest west the offers to spend a day (or more) in a green setting, on a vast expanse of 15 hectares .
Dozens of attractions await you, Niagara, The Great Eight, the Pirate Galleon, the River’s splash, the Big Wheel and of course aqutico the new attraction in 2010 for the whole family!

website: la récrée des 3 curés


Finistere tourist comity

Website : Finistere tourist comity



Maison du tourisme Baie de Morlaix Monts d’Arrée

Comité départemental du tourisme en Finistère

chemin du patrimoine en Finistère

Tourisme Bretagne