Due to its prime location, the town of Perros-Guirec is the ideal place to stay for exploring Brittany.
Whether you come for a weekend or a longer stay at Les Costans hotel, there are plenty of secrets in this part of Brittany waiting to be discovered: villas from the Belle Epoque, fishermen’s cottages, the lighthouse etc.; Perros-Guirec has a rich heritage.
Are you a nature lover?
We have some extraordinary natural parks for you to discover:
The 'gouffre' in Plougrescant: a rocky gulf area where you'll see the famous little house between two rocks; real picture-postcard scenery.
The Sillon de Talbert: a geological curiosity - a barrier beach formed from pebbles and sand that you can walk along at low tide.
The Île de Bréhat, also known as the island of flowers, is truly a haven of peace. In high season, excursions also depart from Trestraou beach.
Do you prefer the city?
In less than 10 minutes by car you can be strolling through the streets of old Lannion with its half-timbered houses.
The little town of Tréguier is a few kilometres away, where you can visit the mediaeval centre and the cathedral of St. Tugdual, an architectural gem.
Pontrieux is a 'small town of character' in the Trieux valley also known as the "Little Venice of Trégor", which you can get to by steam train.
Further to the west is Morlaix with its viaduct, and a little further on you can stop off at Roscoff, a small corsair city with its jetty for the Île de Batz ferry.
Whether you come for a month, a week, a weekend or just one night, there will always be a warm welcome for you at the hotel Les Costans, however long you stay.