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Inland Brittany and its jewels

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Places of unquestionable beauty nearby Saint-Brieuc

Quintin -

Two charming small towns 20 minutes away

Quintin, a medieval town labelled "small city of character", has built its fortunes on the linen and canvas industry since the 16th century. It boasts no less than 2 castles, and 13 listed historical buildings.

In the direction of Guingamp, Châtelaudren is home to the former printing house of the famous Petit Écho de la Mode, a weekly French women's magazine dedicated to fashion founded in 1880. Today, the site has become a cultural and tourist centre with a varied offer of exhibitions and entertainments.


Moncontour, another medieval city enclosed by walls, is also labelled as "L'un des plus beaux villages de France" ('one of the most beautiful villages in France'). In the surroundings, you will discover many pretty hamlets and a number of discreet castles.

Moncontour, medieval tow - Brittany
Moncontour -
The Gouët river boulders, Brittany, France
Gouët Valley -

The Gouët river boulders

"Les Chaos du Gouët", is a riverbed scattered with numerous mysterious granite boulders. It invites you to take a fresh and enchanting walk through the verdant greenery.

The Guerlédan Lake

The Guerlédan Lake, the largest lake in Brittany, is set in a landscape of moors and forests, and offers a wide range of water sports. In its surroundings, Bon-Repos Abbey features an epic historical night-time show with lighting effects every evening during a week every summer.

The Guerlédan Lake
The Guerlédan Lake -
The Valley of the Saints, Carnoët
The Valley of the Saints -

The Valley of the Saints

The Valley of the Saints, in Carnoët, is a hill populated by about fifty gigantic statues, each embodying a Breton saint. This artistic project is still in its infancy, and at its completion, the site should count a thousand of these giants! Along the way, you can admire the panorama that embraces the hills of Poher, and in the distance, the landform of the Monts d'Arrée.


The medieval town of Dinan will take you back to the Middle Ages, with its half-timbered houses, its picturesque rue du Jerzual, lined with artisan shops and workshops, and its romantic port. Every two years, the city reconnects with its medieval past for a weekend during the Fête des Remparts ('Festival of the Ramparts').

Dinan, medieval town
Dinan -

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Choose your holiday home for your stay in Saint-Brieuc

Our 5 holiday apartments are located in the city centre, close to all amenities and the marina. They also provide immediate access to the dual carriageway, which will simplify your journeys in the region.