The archipelago of Les Sept Îles
Lannion, the ideal holiday destination!
Just a few minutes south of the Côte de Granit Rose, Lannion is absolutely worth a detour! On a lovely summer's day, come for a stroll along the banks of the Léguer or through the yesteryear charms of the town centre. A real journey back in time through the alleyways and little squares of the capital of the Trégor!
Your home base, very nearby, provides you with the accommodation of your choice: a camping pitch for enjoying an authentic experience or a fully equipped mobile home to combine comfort and new discoveries. Fancy enjoying a peaceful day in the campsite? Start with a breakfast of champions on the terrace then do just what you feel like: lengths in the covered swimming pools or outdoor pools of the water park, tournaments on the multisports ground, chilling out in the relaxation area etc. You'll never be short of ideas in a Sandaya campsite!
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Visit Lannion with the family
While a visit to the town centre of Lannion is vital to appreciate its really diverse heritage, a little bird tells us that little campers will probably prefer the beaches west of the town!
Not far from the mouth of the Léguer, the beach of Goaslagorn is just the place for taking to the water with the family. Patrolled during high season, its wild setting and long strip of sand adds to the delight of its location. Just the place for a dip, settling back for a picnic or having a sandcastle-building competition! Back at the campsite, round off the day together over a game or a nice meal. And a lovely day comes to an end at your Sandaya campsite!
Visit Lannion as a couple
As you stroll through the cobbled streets of Lannion, the decidedly mediaeval nature of this pretty Breton town is impossible to miss. While these days Lannion is a famous technology hub, it has also managed to maintain an authentic appeal: manors, private mansions and timber-framed houses punctuate your tour and all the holidaymakers can do nothing but admire it all!
And visitors who just love amazing views need to climb the 140 steps of the church of Brélévenez, from where the panorama really does make up for the effort getting there!
Camping Lannion: our handy tips for a successful stay
Travelling with the family? Bring your children along to see the amazing Gaulish village north of Lannion!
Fancy trying some of the local produce? Then head for Lannion's market on Thursdays, which is the biggest of its kind in the Côtes-d’Armor!
Whether you're with the family or your partner, treat yourself to a lovely stroll along the quaysides of the Léguer with its wooded pathways!
Make the most of your summer visit by coming to see the wonderful monastery of Sainte-Anne overlooking the river!