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Discover Tréguier

Tourism in Tréguier

Tréguier, in Brittany, is a charming town steeped in history and surrounded by picturesque coastal landscapes. Its historic center is a real gem, with cobbled streets, half-timbered houses and the magnificent Saint-Tugdual cathedral. Stroll through the narrow streets, visit the cathedral and discover the charming little shops.

Tréguier’s quays along the river Jaudy offer a peaceful setting for strolling and enjoying the view. What’s more, the town is ideally located for exploring the superb Pink Granite Coast, famous for its spectacular rock formations, accessible in less than an hour’s drive.

Tréguier is also a starting point for water-based activities such as sailing, canoeing and sea fishing. With its combination of historical heritage and natural beauty, Tréguier is a must-see destination in Brittany.

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Things to see and do in Tréguier

Tréguier, in Brittany, offers a multitude of attractions and activities for visitors in search of discovery. Start by exploring the town’s historic center, with its cobbled streets, half-timbered houses and majestic Saint-Tugdual cathedral. The cathedral is a true architectural masterpiece, with magnificent stained glass windows and sculptures.

The quays of Tréguier, along the Jaudy river, invite you to take a peaceful stroll with a picturesque view of the water. You can also visit the Maison Ernest Renan, where the famous writer spent his childhood.

Near Tréguier, the Pink Granite Coast awaits you with its spectacular rock formations, offering excellent opportunities for hiking and exploring. The nearby beaches are perfect for relaxing, swimming and water sports.

If you like adventure at sea, you can take a trip to discover the Bréhat archipelago, renowned for its natural beauty. Water sports such as sailing and kayaking are also very popular in the region.

Finally, sample Breton cuisine in local restaurants, especially fresh seafood, crêpes and regional cider. Tréguier offers a blend of historical heritage and natural beauty, guaranteeing a memorable stay in Brittany.