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Tréguier, former capital of Trégor is a pretty little Cité de Caractère. It is one of the seven stages of the Breton pilgrimage, called Mon Tro Breizh®. From the old town to the port, centuries of history are to be discovered.

Discovering our heritage

of Tréguier

Historic bishopric

His two ancient shipowners’ towers facing the marina once marked the entrance to the city. Come visit its sumptuous Saint Tugdual Cathedral, one of the most beautiful in all of Brittany, and its 15th-century Gothic cloister. Also discoverthe Théâtre de l’Arche, the Chapelle des Paulines, the fifty-seven half-timbered houses that bear witness to the rich heritage of Tréguier. Take the Saint François footbridge and then stroll through the streets to discover other historical curiosities such as the Weeping Man, the statue dedicated to Ernest Renan and the Calvary of the Protest.


All leisure activities

about Tréguier

A port that brews

When you come to Tréguier, take the opportunity to make a complete visit of the city with one of our exceptional guides and to discover Ernest Renan’s birth house transformed into a museum. For art lovers, the visit will be offered in a different form, with the possibility of discovering all the skills of the artists and craftsmen who have forged the richness of the city. Overlooking the Jaudy, the Philomenn Brewery welcomes you with open arms for a guided tour presenting their artisanal manufacturing places and their local products. For a relaxing afternoon, head to the swimming pool Ô Trégor enough to satisfy the little ones and the grown-ups!

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