Open from 15/03 to 15/11

Terre d’Émeraude (Emerald Land)

Terres d’Emeraude

Saint-Cast-le-Guildo – Plancoët – Pléven – Jugon Les Lacs – Plédéliac  – Château de la Hunaudaye – Lamballe – Saint-Cast-le-Guildo

Discover the inlands: the fauna and flora of the Ria de l’Arguenon, its heritage (Neolithic, medieval, religious), the windmills, the ever present granite, the Hunaudaye forest, the source of the Plancoet mineral water,…

The Hunaudaye forest in Saint Esprit des Bois

Superb ruins, beautiful moats, a pretty drawbridge… Succumb to the charm of the Hunaudaye castle. An ideal destination to discover the Middle Ages with all your family.

How did Breton farmers live in 1920? You will find out by visiting the Antan Farm, located in the heart of the village. This farm, built 199 years ago, has been home to generations of farmers. For 40 years, it has shared the memory of rural know-how.

Jugon Les Lacs

A few kilometres from Dinan, Jugon Les Lacs resembles an oasis within an ocean of green. The Charming Little City, surrounded by two lakes, it was created and inspired by the water. This element, which has preserved a rich heritage, is now a source of leisure, relaxation…and fishing.


A city of art and a historic town in Brittany, Lamballe’s roads and alleyways run alongside the Saint Sauveur hill. At the heart of the agricultural country, just behind the Penthievre coast, it also owes its renown to the national stud farm, which stretches throughout the centre. An authentic appearance!

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