Here in the Belle-isle region, nature has remained unspoilt and boasts a wide variety of landscapes.
The forests, populated by wildlife (and probably by elves!), attract serious hikers and casual walkers alike.
At the heart of the Belle-isle region flow two wonderful salmon rivers. The Guic and the Guer combine to form the Leguer which flows into the English Channel. The Leguer is well-known for its beautiful scenery, as well as for trout and salmon fishing. Water is everywhere in Belle-isle and its environs – in all its forms : streams, rivers, wetlands, ponds and peat bogs.
Those responsible for running the two Nature centres will, in the course of a single afternoon, teach you to spot the tracks of a deer, as well as the numerous wildlife that lives in and around the river, and how to make eco-friendly toys….
On the site of what was formerly the Kernansquillec dam, nature is gradually taking back what is rightfully hers.