Camping de Gouarec

In the surrounding area

Discover Gouarec

Gouarec is a charming village, typical of inland Brittany, in a valley at the confluence of the Doré and Blavet rivers, the V6 and the Vélodyssée.
Its characteristic, almost medieval architecture is sure to impress visitors.

Les halles de gouarec
Vue de l'abbaye de Bon-repos
© Simon Bourcier

Bon-Repos Abbey

On the banks of the Nantes-Brest canal, close to Lac de Guerlédan, the Cistercian Abbey of Bon-Repos, founded in the 12th century and remodelled in the 18th century, welcomes you for a restorative, cultural and historical break in a protected environment. Visits, exhibitions, artists’ residencies, events… everything you need for an unforgettable experience.

The Forges des Salles

A restored village, and a recently opened permanent exhibition full of anecdotes and documentation!
In the heart of the Quénécan forest, just a few kilometres from Lac de Guerlédan, nestles one of Brittany’s oldest and best-preserved wood-burning forges.
An exceptional vestige of a prosperous industrial activity spanning almost three centuries.

Vue d'ensemble des Forges des Salles
Les allées couverte de Liscuis

The Liscuis moors

The wild and mysterious beauty of the Liscuis moors is awe-inspiring. Steeped in centuries of history, this ancestral place of worship remains spellbinding to this day.

The 3 covered walkways at its summit take us back 6,000 years, and these Neolithic burials bear witness to the importance of this site through the ages.

Lake Guerlédan

The largest freshwater lake in Brittany, Lake Guerlédan stretches the length of the Blavet Valley.

Each meander reveals a different facet of its personality. It’s a hospitable place for family walks and swimming, an ideal playground for rock-climbers, water-skiers, hikers and trail runners, and a top destination for fishing… .

Le lac de Guerledan
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