The north of Finistère and the region of Landivisau and the Monts d’Arrée offer numerous activities and discoveries, whether cultural, historical or natural.
As well as remarkable Breton landscapes, the region is made up of vast stretches of nature which will bring joy to hikers, and offers various leisure activities.
The lakes and rivers attract fishermen but also families, who can enjoy the tended beaches, the walking routes or other leisure activities: yachting, sport...
Lovers of history and nature can also find several archaeological sites which are witness to prehistory and the Middle Ages: the prehistoric grotto of Roc’h Toule or the Bel Air stela... Numerous museums and ecomuseums trace the history of the region, displaying its heritage, its traditions or its works of art.
The architectural sites, such as the churches, are also part of the region’s renown. You can head inside one of the region’s châteaus.
The Château de Kerjean, for example, organises numerous events throughout the year, within its walls or in the château gardens (exhibitions, conferences, treasure hunts...).
The region has rich and various activities on offer that you can enjoy during a short visit or during a longer stay among family.