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The Tregor is a very original and diverse area in the heart of the Cotes D' Armor located . The area extends from St Brieuc , (in its bay , the earliest settlement took place) until after Treguier, one of the 7 Breton bishoprics past Zeit.Im radius of a few kilometers you will find steep cliffs , the pink granite coast , sandy beaches, stunning coastal walks , fishing ports , historic town and harbor walks , castles , rivers and forests . Activities to the sea around there are no limits . Pleubian is a lively place with lots of agriculture, fishing and Algenverwertung.Produkte on the markets are of good quality, the kitchens of the restaurants are dominated by products of the region and of course sweet and savory crepes a "must" in Brittany. The " Presquîle sauvage " is also in the summer months ruhig.Die residents are very nice and the like to deal hilfsbereit.Ein paradise for people with country + people

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Sillon de Talbert 1 km
Ile de Brehat 8 km
Paimpol 9 km
Perros Guirec 20 km
La roche Jagu 12 km


Traveling by car:

950 km from Köln
550 km from Paris
A car is necessary

Traveling by plane:

Brest 1,5 h, Rennes 2 h

Traveling by train:

Paimpol, Guincamp

Traveling by boat/ferry:


Diner in front of the garden

Diner in front of the garden

Kitchen and entry

Kitchen and entry


Leisure activities in the area

  • Golf course
  • Tennis court
  • Sea/Beach
  • Horseback riding
  • Diving
  • Lake/river for swimming
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Biking
  • Mountain biking
  • Surfing
  • Restaurants
  • National Historic Sites
  • Theater
  • Galleries / Museum
  • Cinema
  • Shopping
  • Fitness Center
  • Canoeing / Kayaking
  • Birding

Leisure activities offered a greater distance away

  • Water skiing


The coast of Pleubian offers one of the most beautiful sailing areas in Brittany for experienced sailors.
Guided sea kayak tours and sailing trips on large historic ships are offered on site. The festival of "Chants Marins" in Paimpol is world-renowned and offers uaeinen insight into the Breton music scene.