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Ideally located between Lannion and Plestin-Les-Grèves not far from the Leguer estuary, the coastal commune of Trédrez-Locquémeau has everything to please. Former sardine port known in particular for its cliffs, this village, resulting from the grouping of Trédrez and Locquémeau, abounds in corners of wonder, natural and cultural sites.

Discovering our heritage

of Trédrez - Locquémeau

A cultural trip

On the seaside, the falaises de Trédrez are undoubtedly among the must-see hikes in the area. Walk along the sea for nearly 6 km on this small steep path punctuated by various panoramic viewpoints where you will admire unique wild landscapes. Not far away is the Dourven point, “rustling stone” in Breton, a sensitive natural area, which was fortified several times over the years, as evidenced by the guardhouse still present on the site. Granite chaos, cliffs and wild vegetation await you in this place where the famous composer Paul Le Flem stayed. On the land side, the 16th century gothic churches of Notre-Dame-de-Trédrez and Saint-Quémeau are two judicious stops: guided tours are offered in high season, an opportunity to discover a remarkable parish enclosure. The history of the village is also revealed by the manor of Coat Trédrez, in the Trédrezian countryside.

All leisure activities

in Trédrez-Locquémeau

Evasion & sensations

The nautical center of Trédrez-Locquémeau will help you to fill up with emotions: choose to rent a kayak to sail independently in the bay of Lannion, or go for an introduction to sailing accompanied by an experienced instructor. For art lovers, choose to visit the Galerie du Dourven, which regularly hosts exhibitions of contemporary art.
Coming to Trédrez-Locquémeau is also discovering a bubble of tranquility at the small fishing port of the Pointe de Séhar. On Wednesday evenings during the summer season, visit the market: fresh produce sales and musical entertainment on the program! And don’t think of leaving without having tasted or bought the famous mussels of Locquémeau fished of the day, they are the pride of the village! Finally, to finish the day, there is nothing like going to listen to good music at a private concert at the Théodore cultural café, one of the favorite meeting places of the locals.

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