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The city of Lannion is both the capital of Trégor and a city of art and history. Between its large and popular market, its photo gallery, its half-timbered houses and its small paved streets, the city of Lannion will know how to enchant you.

Discovering our heritage

of Lannion

Capital of the Trégor

Lannion is rich with a history of several centuries, as evidenced by the Brélévenez stairs and its 12th century church. At the top of these stairs, a breathtaking panorama is revealed, a must see! The history of Lannion is also lived and animated in the streets of the city, where each half-timbered house gives us a glimpse of life in the past. Being in Lannion is also an opportunity to learn Breton dance on Friday evenings in summer during the musical event “Les Tardives”. If the effervescence of the capital of Trégor has conquered you, go now to the charming valley of Goas Lagorn located only a few kilometers from here and accessible from the towpath. Here you can relax and discover a wild landscape, between sea and forest. And who knows, you may meet some korrigans…

All leisure activities

in Lannion

From 7 to 77 years old

On Lannion there are activities for everyone! Are you rather sporty? Head to the whitewater stadium with the Base Sports Nature de Lannion for kayaking, rafting or whitewater swimming. For art lovers, the imagery is a must and exhibitions are regularly organized around great names in photography. For our little ones, why not make a detour to “Elopirate”? This secure inflatable park will delight your children! Are you more into outdoor activities? Organize a family horseback ride on the beach with the Lannion horseback riding club to discover the landscapes differently.

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