At the edge of a beautiful Breton lake of 60 hectares and the Arguenon and Rosette rivers that reserve you many magnetic and energetic places to discover, Dolo and Jugon-les-lacs, with their lively and dormant waters, now belong to Lamballe Terre et Mer. You will be able to enjoy yourself at the Lou de Dolo pond, along the towpath that borders the Jugon-les-Lacs lake, the customs route along the coast of the beautiful emerald and pink granite coast.

The Forges du Lou are a stone’s throw from the two four ways that lead you quickly everywhere in the Côtes d'Armor. To give you an idea of what will quickly be accessible to you around:
In about 30 minutes you are: by the sea, in the bay of Saint Brieuc, in Cap Fréhel, in Moncontour, in the center of Dinan or Dinard, in Saint Malo or in the valley of Rance. In fifty minutes you are in Rennes and in one hour in Paimpol, the island of Bréhat or Mont Saint Michel... In a few more minutes, you can discover Ploumana'h, the favorite village of the French on the coast of pink granite. 

You can at leisure escape, entertain, discover the region or recharge in contact with an authentic place where water, rock and light merge. This region, once crossed by a Roman road, is rich in history. From the XIIth century the city was extended thanks to the monks of Marmoutiers who built a dike and dried up the marsh around the old castle now disappeared. Who has Brittany without Jugon has chape without chaperone"pronounced in 1373 by Bertrand du Guesclin (an important figure in the 100-year-old war, the eldest son of the lord of La Motte Broons, near Jugon-les-lacs and buried near the kings of France in the abbey of Saint Denis) became the motto of Jugon-les-lacs. Witnessing a laborious past, wheat mills have lost their wheel by keeping all their superb over the city’s waterways. The old tanneries have retained their skylights. In the historic center, pedestrian paths allow to discover a remarkable granite building and medieval half-timbered houses...

The Côte d'Armor region is full of festivities and events. Every day, you will discover, if the heart tells you, a new site that will leave you memorable images and sensations. Every evening, with the spirit of the party, it will be easy for you to attend a concert, a show or a night market. Every Friday evening in July and August, a concert is organized in the square of Jugon-les-lacs.



    The great site Cap d'Erquy - Cap Fréhel is the most grandiose in Brittany. You will be amazed by this breathtaking lees and by the Fort-la-Latte that dominates the sea.

    Essential medieval Breton city. Dinan overlooks the waters clames of the Rance. Along its cobbled streets or the long river, the city and its surroundings can be visited gently, on foot by bike or by ...
  • BAY OF Saint Brieuc

    At 2h06 from Paris and 1h from Rennes, the bay of Saint-Brieuc is the ideal place to spend a weekend or several days by the sea.


    Both winding river, canalized river, maritime river, the Rance, which has its source in Collinée, offers a variety of landscapes that extend from north to south of the destination Dinan-Cap Fréhel.
    It is bordered by multiple locks (Léhon, Evran, Pont-Perrin ...) and many ports, which is a place of rest for a bucolic and soothing parenthesis.

    Brittany is a mystical land full of nuggets. For a year, sculptors have been imagining and creating the representation of Breton saints.
  • The guerledan lake

    In the heart of Brittany, Lake Guerledan lies in the Blavet valley. Surrounded by a forest, the 400 hectares of the lake constitute a vast natural leisure area.


    A few kilometers from the fishing port of Paimpol, take the direction of Ploubazlanec .. you arrive at the point of Arcouëst and there inevitably, the magic arrives!

    How not to fall under the charm of this small city of character.
    Favorite village of the French in 2017?
    Perched on the top of a hill, surrounded by its 13th century ramparts, you will love strolling through its charming alleys, discover its history marked by Chouans and sailing boats and stroll through its peaceful countryside.

    At the end of its peninsula, the town of Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer offers a unique site where it is good to walk along the GR®34 and pamper yourself on one of the city’s many beaches.

    The archipelago of Ebons:
    Reachable on foot in 30 minutes at low tide, the Ébihens archipelago is a sublime bird sanctuary where thousands of seabirds nest. You will also discover a Vauban tower, built to prevent British ships from dropping anchor in the archipelago.