Guide du port - Port de Lézardrieux

THINGS ARE MOVING ON DRY LAND TOO!

You have arrived at the port of Lezardrieux, well protected from the bad weather. The meanders and mouth of the Trieux river are no longer a secret to you...

yoou may extend your pleasant adventure by continuing upstream towards Pontrieux as a passenger aboard the Lezardrieux/Pontrieux shuttle boat. 

 

Should you want to go back to dry land and have a nice hot dish or a thirst-quenching drink, Lezardrieux awaits you with its brasserie, restaurants and charming bars in the village centre. Muster some courage and take a walk along the GR34 trail to the St Jean baptiste Church via th Square du Souvenir. The church will surprise you with its elegance. On Friday mornings, you can fill up local products, in sumer enjoy the sound of Breton music played by the local bagad and, why not, learn a few dance steps! the rest of the week, a grocery store, a butcher's shop and bakeries are open for any remaining shopping. 

 

The sportiest among you can stretch their legs on the outdoor tennis court or rent an electricbike at the tourist office. there you will find information on bike tours and unforgettable sites to visit. 

The wild peninsula is yours to roam! Discover the local heritage: the chapel of St mathurin de kermaria and the St Maudez chapel in the small flowery hamlet oh kermouster with its magnificient landscapes, its exhibition room and all day long creperie (head towards Lanmodez - 5 km). The bravest among you will pedal to the Sillon de Talbert, a fragile line of sand and pebbles unique in Europe (11 km), via the Lanmodez coastine. On the way back, a stop at the oyster bar will please anyone who loves delicious iodine flavours. 

Would you prefer to discover all this by foot? The Kermaria Loop will guide your steps for 11 km. Starting from the port, it will take you to the botanical area of Les Perdix (downstream from th Port - 1 km) by the GR 34 passing by the beach of Les Craclais, in the footsteps of Georges Brassens.  There will be no shortage of panoramic views. 

Fancy relaxing in the sun and a swim sheltered from the winds? The Small beach of Traou Treiz awaits you in the village (GR34 towards Paimpol).

Do you still have some time left? Do you want to go even further in your discovery?

Paimpol, with its shipowners' houses, shops, terraces, art galleries, marina, sea museum, Tuesday market and Tuesday market and tuesday evening port entertainment during the summer, is only 5,5 km away. Our electric bicycles or Tibus connections will take you to the heart of the city. 

Opposite Paimpol is Tréguier, a small city full of character and infused with the Middle Ages - which thanks to its cathedral, cloister and half-timbered houses will be the ideal setting for traditional and modern musical evenings, where local beer and friendly improvised discussion are king. 

 

 

        
 
                 
 

                  You wish to book an activity?

                  Rent a Bike ?

                  Visit one of our tourist information offices 

 

               WWW.bretagne-cotedegranitrose.com

 

Chapelle de Kermouster / auteur photographe : Nolwenn Gouazou

 

 

 

NOS BUREAUX ET RELAIS D'INFORMATION TOURISTIQUE

 

Trébeurden  

Place de Crec'h Hery,

22560 Trébeurden

+33 (0)2 96 23 51 64 

Ouvert à l' année : d'avril à juin et septembre 

du lundi au samedi de 9h30 à 12h30 et de 14h à 18h, et les jours fériés de 10h à 13h

D'octobre à mars : du lundi au samedi de 9h30 à 12h30 et de 14h à 17h30 

en juillet et août : lundi au samedi de 9h30 à 19h, dimanche et jours fériés de 10h à 13h

 

Plage de Tresmeur (relais)

de mi-juillet à mi-août, du lundi au dimanche de 15h à 18h

 

Lannion 

2 quai d'Aiguillon

22300 Lannion

+ 33 (0)2 96 05 60 70

Ouvert à l'année : du lundi au samedi de 9h30 à 12h30 et de 14h à 18h

en juillet et août : lundi au samedi de 9h30 à 18h30 en continu, dimanche et jours fériés de 10h à 13h

 

Tréguier

Port de plaisance,

22220 Tréguier

+ 33 (0)2 96 92 22 33

Ouvert à l'année : du lundi au samedi de 10h à 12h30 et de 14h à 17h30

septembre du lundi au samedi de 10h à 12h30 et de 14h à 18h

haute saison du lundi au samedi en continu de 9h30 à 18h30, dimanche et jours fériés de 10h à 13h

 

Lézardrieux 

Port de plaisance,

22740 Lézardrieux 

Ouverture juillet et août

+ 33 (0)2 96 22 16 45

+ 33 (0)2 96 92 22 33 (Tréguier)

Du lundi au samedi de 10h à 12h30 et de de 14h30 à 18h

Dimanche de 10h à 12h30

 

 

 

 

 

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