What to do on holiday?! …

In addition to renting you the best cottage in the Heart of Brittany region (objectively of course !!!), we offer a non-exhaustive overview of the activities you can do during your stay in Kreiz Breizh.

From the discovery of the natural spaces of the Côtes-d’Armor, to green tourism, to architectural heritage, through visits to museums or unusual exhibitions… You won’t have time to get bored!

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Saint Nicholas of the Pelem

Let yourself be seduced by this commune of Côtes d’Armor nestled in the heart of Brittany. Backed by a granite massif and halfway between the English Channel and the Atlantic, a cottage rental at the Manoir de Logueltas will allow you to discover the secrets of Saint Nicholas of the Pelem, all the treasures of the Kreiz-Breizh, and much more…
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Beaucours Pond

The Beaucours pond, a trout fishery, is located on the heights of Saint-Nicolas-du-Pélem in the beaucours woods. The edges of the water are made possible to go around it. The lake is surrounded by rocky chaos that recalls Toul Goulic. Don’t disturb the locals, who are none other than the cosy frogs, the discreet otters and the proud herons. Not to mention dragonflies and butterflies. Here there is a natural balance between fauna and flora: water lilies, reeds, water irises, mix well with the royal osmonde, a protected fern species.

There are three walks available to walkers. The signs with a dragonfly, owl or squirrel indicate the difficulty. A small hiking path, arrowed in yellow, passes to Beaucours and continues towards the Rock of Guingamp , an imposing granite chaos.

Chaos of ToulGoulic: a beautiful natural site

The site of ToulGoulic, a valley covered with ash trees and antangs of shoreline moisture, is shaded by oaks and beech trees that populate the steep slopes.
But Toulgoulic is above all a granite or meandering chaos and sometimes disappears the Blavet, a world of freshness or abound mosses, ferns and lichens of great diversity.
It is also the witness of a struggle between water and stone, chaos and the river.
To understand the site, be silent, open your eyes, listen out and let yourself be carried by the spirit of the place …

Link: http://www.guerledan.info/les-gorges-de-toul-goulic

Kreiz-Breizh Commune Community

The pleasure of visiting Brittany and its riches is never completely satisfied… So what could be better than a visit to the site of the community of commune to organize your stay?

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The Abbey of Good Rest

A few kilometers from your cottage is revealed the Abbey of Bon-Repos. Founded in the 12th century, this Cistercian abbey opens its doors to you for a moment of relaxation and historical and cultural discoveries, in a superb environment: Quénécan forest, Daoulas gorges, Liscuis covered alleys dating back 3000 BC.

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The forges of the Halls

Did you know that metallurgy and steel have long been Breton specialties? Discover this fabulous History through a fully reconstructed steel village… From the forest to the museum, a whole world is open to you!

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Bothoa School Museum

On holiday in the heart of Brittany with your children? Look no further, here is an ideal activity for them: a visit to the museum… school! Both playful and original, they will discover the benches of the school of little Bretons of yesteryear!
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Lake Guerlédan

Less than 30 kms from the manor houses of Logueltas, find the largest man-made lake in Brittany. Nestled in the heart of the grandiose forest massif of Quénécan, it is a paradise for lovers of nature, long walks and green tourism!
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The Valley of the Saints

Discover this incredible project at once a little crazy, totally innovative, which mixes both modern and ancient art, sculpture and history, matter and inspiration…
The safest way to understand is to go and see yourself 😉

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Coat-Malouen Abbey

Free or guided tours, concerts, theatre, permanent and ephemeral exhibitions, hiking trails… There is no shortage of activities related to this heritage of the 12th century, and it is also 2 steps from the Manor of Logueltas!

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