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ZOOPARC DE TREGOMEUR
On a rock peak which advances in the sea the flanked enclosure of turns raises surrounding a cylindrical keep. The drawbridges make it possible to cross the two deep cracks which separate it from the coast. Damaged seriously during the disorders of the League, the castle is altered and restored between 1690 and 1715 on order of louis XIV which uses it as coastal defense. It takes the name of Fort la latte
AQUARIUM MARIN DE TREGASTEL
The Tregastel Marine Aquarium is housed in an exceptional location, among pink granite rocks, in a place which has been used over the years as a chapel, an arms depot during the war, for human habitation and as a museum. Using an interactive terminal the visit takes on the rhythm of the tides.
HARAS DE LAMBALLE
Come to this large estate, situated right in the middle of town, and discover the world of the Breton draught horse, its history, and the techniques that have made it one of the best-loved breeds of horses.
All sorts of attractions here and the kids will just love them. New this year the Pentogliss, with 6 new 25 metre long slides. The only problem here is that there’s just too much choice, with so much on offer. The youngest should try the “Jumping House”, and all the family will enjoy the pedal-karts, go-karts and mini-golf. 7 to 12 year-olds will love the “Vertigo” playground and the “Luge d’été” (summer sledges) which are lots of fun.
In the Gallic Village of Pleumeur-Bodou you won't meet Astérix and his chums, but you will meet diehard Bretons who have been involved in cooperation between North and South for 30 years. It's a theme park on a human scale which is just perfect for families!
ILE DE BREHAT
Off the coast of Paimpol is Ile Bréhat, one of Brittany’s loveliest islands. In actual fact, Bréhat consists of several islets around two small, car-free islands, which are joined by a bridge at low tide. It is easily accessible by a regular 10-minute boat journey from Pointe de l’Arcouest. Ferries arrive at Port-Clos on the south island, where many visitors choose to hire bikes before heading the short distance to the island’s main village, Le Bourg.
FORUM DE TREGASTEL
Situated right on the beach, the Forum de Trégastel leisure pool offers visitors the invigorating effects of its heated salt water pools (30°), where you can swim, play or just bubble away the hours. What a fantastic idea to create a leisure pool right on the water's edge! On Coz-Pors beach, the Forum de Trégastel overlooks the granite rock formations of Ile Ronde and the deep sea. And that's where they find the iodine rich water that creates the Forum's unique saltwater thalasso-tonic circuit.
VEDETTES DES 7 ILES
As you will have guessed this company takes you around some little islands off the coast of Brittany. This area is a wild bird sanctuary and on the Cộte de Granit Rose (pink granite coast). Réserve Naturelle depuis 1976.
LA VAPEUR DU TRIEUX
Along the length of the river Trieux, between Paimpol and Pontrieux, hop on the steam train and enjoy a different way of discovering the region! Enjoy the charm of olden days travel by hopping aboard the famous Trieux steam railway. Pulled by a Mallet locomotive, let yourself drift along to the commentaries, given by hostesses in period costume. After departing from Paimpol, the train runs along the river Trieux, inaccessible by car.
TERRARIUM DE KERDANET
This initiation center to discover reptiles and amphibians will give you the opportunity to discover the strange and fascinating world of these animals called unloved. In a natural setting, a particular visual task you will be asked to see them in their outdoor habitat restored. Turtles, frogs, lizards, snakes and vipers will offer the show always renewed their antics in nature.
MUSEE DE LA MER
House in a former cod-drying shed, this museum retraces Paimpol’s great Icelandic fishing epic. You can also see exhibitions devoted to the royal and marchant navy, the wreck of the Pourquoi Pas and the lives of sailor’s wives.
MUSEE DU RAIL
Without the hard work of the members of 'friends of the Dinan railway' association, which brings together both railway enthusiasts and model railway fans, this museum would never have seen the light of day. Today, it is a paradise for young and old. You can discover the 1:87 and 1:43 scale model railways, various collections, the history of the railway networks, a reconstruction of an 1889 Vignier signal box, a film and gift shop.