Things to see and do - Lannion
Lannion Travel guide
Lannion : Michelin's recommendations
A port on the River Léguer, Lannion has retained its “old Breton” character. This has not prevented it from becoming a centre for telecommunications, with a National Centre for Telecommunications Studies being established here, not that this draws many visitors, who come instead to admire the many old typically Breton half-timbered houses groaning under the weight of the years and their roofs, bordering alleyways that are just perfect for a thoroughly enjoyable stroll...
Tourist attractions Lannion : Things to see and do
pl. du Gén.-Leclerc F - 22300 Lannion
These houses display many different architectural features. Their Façades vary from encorbelled, wood panelled or tile covered and date from the 15C to the 16C. The best old houses are in Général-Leclerc Square, Rue des Chapeliers, Rue Geoffroy-de-Bo..
pl. du Bourg F - 22300 Lannion
This is worth the climb up the 140 steps. The Church dates from the 12C but its granite clock tower is from the 15C. On the terrace there is an attractive view over the town and the Valley. There is a curious Romanesque apse to see before entering th..
Route De Perros Guirec F - 22300 Lannion
Ideally situated between Lannion and Perros Guirec, the hotel welcomes you near the famous Côte de Granit Rose (Pink Granit Coast). Nestled in a green and flowery setting, Brit Hotel Aux Hortensias is a real haven of peace and offers comfortable ro..
Arcadia sits in a tropical garden midway between Lannion and the beaches of the Pink Granite Coast. It has an indoor heated swimming pool (8.5m x 4.5m) and free Wi-Fi. The spacious guest rooms at the Arcadia are soundproofed and are equipped with a..
30 Avenue du Général de Gaulle F - 22300 LANNION
The Ibis Lannion Côte de Granit Rose is located close to the historic center of the town. 10 minutes from the beach and the coast, 55 yards (50 m) from the train station and 2.5 miles (4 km) from the airport. The hotel has 70 air-conditioned rooms wi..