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There are plenty of places to see and visit around Saint-Brieuc. Whether you love hiking or cycling, Saint-Brieuc is a region where 20 hidden gems are waiting to be explored and visited. Check the top places to visit in the region and plan your next adventure today.

The top 20 Attractions around Saint-Brieuc

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    Paimpol

    Bike Touring Highlight

    On the Place du Martray, real economic and political heart of the city since the Middle Ages, you can see many houses from the 16th century. At the corner of …

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    Port de Dahouët

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    Gorgeous little port town on the North Brittany coastline. Take a stroll or a ride around the harbour to gaze and the many boats here, from sailboats to small motorboats. …

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    Pors-Even (Ploubazlanec)

    Hiking Highlight

    The small harbor offers very interesting insights into the coastal fishing and, if the tide levels are correspondingly low, also on the oyster beds.

    Incidentally, fresh oysters and mussels can …

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    Château de Pommorio

    Bike Touring Highlight

    The origin of the Chrestien de Tréveneuc family dates back to 1248 to Hervé Chrestien who participated in the Crusades under Louis IX by arming a ship intended to transport …

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    Abbaye de Beauport

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    The abbey "Abbaye de Beauport" is one of the most important buildings of ecclesiastical architecture in Brittany. It was founded by the Premontan Order in 1202. The name "Beauport" (beautiful …

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    Viaduc des Ponts Neufs

    Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)

    This old viaduct and footbridge, which spans the Gouessant river, dates from 1913, built by Louis Auguste Harel de La Noë for the Côtes-du-Nord railways.

    The eight arches of the …

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    Fort de Goareva

    Hiking Highlight

    The citadel was created in 1863 and never taken. Presumably therefore very well preserved. In the courtyard you have the opportunity to take a coffee or a drink.
    Worth seeing …

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    La Croix des Veuves

    Hiking Highlight

    In German: widow's cross
    You hardly recognize it as a cross. The other (probably Breton name) is "Kroaz Pell".
    On a blackboard here it is analogous to say that a …

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    In the quarries north of Erquy, towards the end of the 18th century, the Le Doledec family began mining fine-grained rock, which they called "granite". The stones were cut into …

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    Port du Léguer, Saint-Brieuc

    Bike Touring Highlight

    The port of Léguer has two advantages: it allows you to venture out of the city center very quickly and has along its quayside a unique beer bar run by …

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    Panorama du Rohou

    Hiking Highlight

    There are many viewpoints on the GR34. This one is especially recommended, as a large meadow and a tree trunk intended as a bench invites you to rest. If you …

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    Moulin Cacra

    Hiking Highlight

    There are often cultural events here

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    Corps De Guarde

    Hiking Highlight

    The Corps de Garde of the Three Stones at Erquy, built around 1744, was part of a vast defensive system initiated by Louis XVI on the coast of Brittany.

    Das …

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    I have seen such an old gun shelter at Brest near the fortress of Bertheaume. But I can not say when they were built. In any case, the gun could …

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    Place du Bourg

    Hiking Highlight

    A beautiful place overlooking the church. There are many restaurants and other shops around the square. There is also delicious ice cream here and a little south to a Carrefour …

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    L'Arcouest (GR34)

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    Small promontory with beach near the parking for the ferry to the Île de Brehat. Located on the GR34 and is wonderful to stay and for a little break.

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    Corps de Garde

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    Last of the three guards remaining in the commune. It was built about 1745 on the Pointe de La Guette by order of Louis XV to dissuade the landing of …

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    Abbaye de Beauport

    Bike Touring Highlight

    This is the starting point of one of the many pilgrimage routes to Santiago de Compostela.

    It's a truly beautiful setting on the coast where nature has reclaimed half of …

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    An old tidal mill. Over a dam, which is flooded at high tide, water collects behind it, which at low tide flows through a small opening back into the sea. …

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    Chapelle de la Trinité

    Hiking Highlight

    The chapel is named after the location. The building is the fifth with the name. The others were e.g. destroyed by lightning.
    Granite new-gothic. Built from 1728 to 1744 and never consecrated.

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