STAGE 3: In April, destination the castles of the Trégor heart of Brittany
After a restful night, for the next destination of your trip, take the royal road! Head south of Brittany, towards the road of the mostbeautiful castles of the Tregor. In April, under the Breton sun, the parks of these hundred-year-old architectural treasures are teeming with flowers and scents to the delight of families. For children, between medieval castles, drawbridges and dungeons (and maybe dragons?), the Trégor region is the perfect destination! In April, it’s the perfect time to enjoy it!
Dive into history with a visit to theChateau de Rosanbo. This monument has continued to evolve architecturally to become the masterful work it is today. After surveying the interior, head for the park to enjoy the welcome shade of the vaulted bower (the longest in France!).
After Rosanbo, head forthe castle of Kergrist, The Pearl of the Trégor! If the castle is a real gem with its U shape and octagonal tower, in April, you will also be surprised by its sublime French-style gardens labeled remarkable gardens. A few kilometers away, in the heart of an enchanted forest, the ruins of the Fortress of Tonquédec are just begging to be explored. An opportunity for children to put their history lessons into practice! Towers, armor, drawbridges or machicolations, will they be able to recognize them all?
Finally, this stay in the Middle Ages ends further north, with a visit to the Château de la Roche Jagu and its fairy-tale park of 64 hectares, proudly overlooking the Trieux estuary. Endowed with the remarkable garden label, it will know how to delight you! Under the April sun, young and old children will be able to appreciate the abundant cultural program. Workshops, exhibitions, concerts, shows… all tastes are in nature, literally!
The top 4 most beautiful castles of the Trégor to visit in April during your vacations in Brittany 🏰