City-bridge on the estuary of the Leguer, the architecture of Lannion is very diversified. Stroll along paved streets and alleys while admiring a beautiful collection of 15th and 16th century corbelled houses and 17th and 18th century mansions. Place du Centre is very nice for strolling or eating a pancake.
Do not miss to climb the 142 steps of the granite staircase leading to the Brélévenez church. It is very picturesque. And from above, a nice panorama opens on the city. The church, probably Templar, mixes Romanesque and Gothic architecture.
The big Thursday market is very lively. Mouth products are present in the morning, other merchants often stay until 16h.
The towpath offers a beautiful walk of ten kilometers (round trip) in a calm and relaxing place. It’s nice for both a jogging and a family walk. The path is suitable for strollers or wheelchairs. The terrain is flat and offers different lights and landscapes, never the same depending on the time because the ride changes with the tide. You can see egrets, ducks, cormorants, herons …
A Sports Nature base, just a stone’s throw from the city center, along the Léguer Valley, allows you to discover kayaking or rafting on the Lannion whitewater stadium, sea kayaking on the Côte de Granit Rose, but also mountain biking, climbing, archery… Some activities are free access such as a BMX track, climbing blocks, a mini tree climbing and picnic areas.
The aqua play area of Ti Dour allows you to relax or have fun on the giant slide.
Lannion also has two superb beaches in Beg Léguer. The Goas Lagorn valley, whose landscape diversity and relief are very pronounced, offers beautiful views of Lannion Bay. Do not hesitate to follow the GR.