Lac de Guerlédan
Lac de Guerledan, is 12kms long and covers an area of over 400 hectares in the heart of the Quénécan Forest. The lake is artificial and was created to power the Guerlédan Dam, 40 meters high, it took 7 years to construct (1923-1930) cutting the Nantes/Brest canal in half and submerging 17 Locks and…
The beautiful Lac de Guerlédan, one of the largest artificial lakes in Brittany, is around a 15 minute drive away. Nautical sports enthusiasts will enjoy this place as you can go, water skiing, or paddle canoes, or hire pedal boats.There are lovely beaches here too and an opportunity for swimming.