The coastal path, ‘le sentier des douaniers’, is set aside for walkers all round the Breton coast.



Simply to go for a walk or simply to muse and become one with Nature is perhaps the best way to discover Brittany’s bountiful diversity, its exceptional natural heritage.

Our favourites are

The walk along the dunes of Bon Abri in thr Bay of St Brieuc

The walk over the Cap d’Erquy

The walk in the Ebihens archipelago at Lancieux

By bicycle

With its cross-country tracks, ‘veloroutes’ and green lanes, Brittany is ideal for bicycling. In the Côtes d’Armor you will find straightforward circuits, sign-posted and conceived with safety in mind, as a way to discover the sights, fauna and flora in the locality.

Our favourites are

By bike around the Emerald coast. Departing Matignon, from Cap Fréhel to the Point at St Cast Le Guido.

By bike along the Penthièvre Coast. Departing Lamballe, skirt the Bay of St Brieuc, to Dahouét and Pléneuf St André.

On horseback

At a walk, a trot or a canter, exploring Brittany is a lot of fun. Learn to ride, or opt for a canter along the beaches, or through the forests. Proven riders can also follow the Equibreizh circuits. ( ). Various riding centres propose sorties adapted to your level and to what you’d like.

Why not go for a jaunt with the donkeys ?

The Korrig’âne offer a half- or whole-day trips exploring the Penthièvre Coast, but differently.


Water Sports

Whether you are a certified sea-wolf or a fresh water sailor, Brittany is a paradise for all water sport amateurs. Your holidays at the Manor of La Villeneuve will be spoiled for choice. Sand-carting, sailing surfboards, or catamarans, surfing, canoeing and kayaking on the river or on the sea, wake-boarding or waterskiing... Why not try diving?