Things to see and do - Tréguier
Unmissable tourist sites
Tréguier Travel guide
Tréguier : Michelin's recommendations
Deep in the estuary formed by the confluence of the Jaudy and the Guindy, this ancient bishopric and historic capital of the Trégor region occupies a hillside location. Its Gothic cathedral, cobbled streets and timber-framed houses make for a captivating picture a stone’s throw from a particularly attractive coastline (Port-Blanc, the Plougrescant peninsula, Arcouest Point and the island of Bréhat).
Tourist attractions Tréguier : Things to see and do
Place du Martray
One of Brittany's finest cathedrals, dating principally from the 14 and 15C. Three towers stand on the transept. On the south side is an attractive «bell portico», surmounted by a flamboyant window. The Romanesque Hastings Tower dates from the 12C. T..
20 rue Ernest-Renan
This 16C timber-framed house contains souvenirs and documents relating to Ernest Renan. Visitors can see the room where he was born, a reconstitution of his study, his library at the Collège de France and the two rooms where he liked to work as a chi..
pl. du Martray
In the town centre, standing in an attractive square lined with old houses, is the statue of Ernest Renan (1823-1892) by Jean Boucher. Not far away is the Calvary of Protestation, sculpted by Yves Hernot in 1904 and commissioned by Catholics who were..
Le Port de Plaisance F - 22220 Tréguier
A great base for exploring the Côte de Granit Rose with its pink sands and unusual rock formations, the Aigue Marine boasts an outdoor swimming pool in a beautiful garden. Located in the picturesque town of Treguier, the Aigue Marine is within easy ..
5 rue Marcelin Berthelot F - 22220 Tréguier
The name means aquamarine - a fine stone worn as a talisman when it was time to head out to sea. A lucky charm of a name for this restaurant where Sabrina the chef delivers her personal interpretation of seafood cuisine. She showcases fish, seafood a..