LeCamus
Plémet, Cotes-d’Armor, Brittany, France
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Le Camus is a lovely spot for a holiday, in a friendly rural area that makes it just so easy to relax and forget all the pressures of everyday life. However as the central Breton 'crossroads' town of Loudeac is just 10 minutes drive away with its direct access to the major routes crossing the region any destination is easily accessible for guests wishing to explore other parts of Brittany.
Plemet the local town is in an extremely scenic location and has a trout lake, surrounded by parkland with children's play area. There are many marked walking and cycling routes around Plemet and its neighbouring communes, whilst the proximity of the River Lie also makes it a focal point for Anglers visiting the region. Just 2km up-river kayaks and all terrain bikes can be hired whilst there are stables with ponies for hire in nearby Loudeac Forest.
A wide variety of options are available locally for eating out, including traditional Breton creperies, auberges, excellent seafood restaurants, relaxed bistros, a medieval themed eatery or formal award winning gourmet restaurants.  You could of course buy your own and make a picnic -we’ve provided cool boxes.

Many of the surrounding towns have weekly markets selling fresh farm produce and local craft goods; there are also numerous antique markets throughout the year.
Nearby medieval Moncontour alternates with more famous Dinan to hold realistic bi-annual medieval fetes, which are sightseeing musts like the chateaux at Josselin, Cap Frehel and St Malo.
There is a large indoor pool complex at Loudeac with flumes and whirlpool as well as a full sized swimming pool; in summer nearby La Cheze features an open-air lido.
The beautiful North Breton coast has stunning scenery with small rocky coves filled with sailing boats, stretches of flat golden sands and shelving inlets where mussels are farmed overlooked by open moorland.
Brittany also has several high quality golf courses, notably the international course at Val Andre, set above a lovely long sandy beach, just 40 minutes drive from Plemet.

Activities near by
Bird Watching, Boating, Boules, Canoeing, Cycling, Drawing and painting, Fishing, Golf, Gourmet dining, Hiking, Horse riding, Photography, Rambling, Riverside activities, Shopping, Sightseeing, Swimming, Walking
The Local Area
The fishing port of Erquy Phare de Men Ruz, light house on the rose granite coast of Cotes d'Armor Revellers at the Medieval fete at Dinan The picturesque Abbey Bon Repos Nantes to Brest Canal Vaublanc Cycling in Brittany Messing about on the beach Golf Course at Val Andre Moncontour Street North Brittany Beach North Brittany cove