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Pleumeur-Bodou is a commune located a few kilometers from Lannion, it holds its fame thanks to its impressive and historical Radome. For you, here is a selection of activities and visits not to be missed in Pleumeur-Bodou.

Discovering our heritage

of Pleumeur-Bodou

From granite to stars

Who says Pleumeur-Bodou, says the Radome. This enormous white ball houses a horn antenna where the first satellite television transmissions were born. To discover more, go to the Cité des Télécoms, an interactive museum offering a sumptuous sound & light show in the heart of the Radome. After this visit, set out to discover the Ile Grande and its ancient granite quarries of the Castel Erek. This piece of the territory offers a beautiful example of wild and preserved coastline and what’s more, a unique panorama on the 7 islands, Millau Island and the Triagoz archipelago. Take advantage of your passage to Pleumeur-Bodou to take a walk to the menhir of Saint Uzec or the Chapelle Saint Samson.

All leisure activities

in Pleumeur-Bodou

Between sky and sea

You will find a whole panel of activities at the Radome Park including the Gaulish Village which will allow you to discover how our ancestors lived through about sixty playful activities! You will also find the Cité des Télécoms, a large interactive museum explaining the history of telecoms through various animations that will please young and old alike! Finally, the Planetarium will plunge you into space, in the heart of the stars and planets to let you enchant by a sound and light show, in total immersion! But Pleumeur-Bodou is also water sports, sensations with the Skyfall of Vivons Perchés, the Ecocentre of Trégor and the birding station of Ile Grande.

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