Dynamic, rural and inviting, the Belle-isle-en-Terre region along with its seven communes extends you a warm welcome.Home to Lady Mond, Belle-isle-en-Terre lies at the junction of the rivers Guic and Leguer, a strategic spot for fishing and exploration of the countryside.
La Chapelle-Neuve is surrounded by an impressive system of hedgerows and banks. Its Forest and Countryside Discovery Centre invites you to find out more about the forest, its wildlife and the local plant life…
The village of Gurunhuel is the highest village in the canton (270 m). Its magnificent Calvary with its three crosses, is one of the oldest in Brittany, and is a “must see”.
Loc Envel, the Cotes d’Armor’s smallest commune in terms of population, lies on the edge of the Coat An Noz forest, and is overlooked by its charming 15th century church, housing one of the loveliest rood screens in Brittany.
With its many chapels, fountains ands manor-houses, Louargat also boasts several examples of Neolithic stonework, one of which – the Pergat Standing Stone, is one of Europe’s largest.
Plougonver is home to numerous artists, craftsmen, and farmers. Its religious monuments have been restored and the former presbytery is today’s mayor’s office.
Treglamus boasts an impressive network of footpaths, allowing the visitor to explore its many different landscapes and historic buildings.