Do you want to make the walls fall and cut out a window to watch the horizon on the Saint-Brieuc bay? Nature is everywhere in the city. From the Gouédic valley to the Légué harbour.
The Gouédic valley
This green valley links the heart of the city to the Légué harbour. Enjoy a nice walk or bike ride down, through flowery meadows. It also features a playground.
The Eaux Minérales path
Enjoyable and refreshing hyphen between the Robien pond and the Gouédic valley.
The Promenades park
This park, designed in the 19th century, shelters the oldest evergreen oak of the region, some Corsican pine trees and a sequoia. It also features a playground and a skate park.
The Boissel woods
Wild grass, woody areas, and fitness trail. Playground and picnic tables. All-terrain pushchairs only.
La Ville Oger farm
Open all year round, meet farm animals at the Ville Oger teaching farm (pigs, sheep, rabbits, donkeys, cows...)
The Rohannec'h domain
The Rohannec'h villa is quite striking in the Saint-Brieuc landscape with its italian inspired architecture. The well-kept park has a path going down to the quay of the Légué harbour.
The Bellescize lodge
The Bellescize lodge is a testimony of the Louis XV architectural style. Its intimate garden is a green haven at the heart of the city.