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Plenty to do and see within a few minutes drive from the gites :
The sorcery of Broceliande invites you to recall the legends of wizard Merlin , King Arthur and his knights .
The inland sea of the Golfe of Morbihan (among the most beautiful bays in the world) is a perfect spot to explore .
Carnac’s stunning array of megaliths and Quiberon peninsula are also close by .
LeRouvray leisure centre lake for picnics, fishing, children playground
The Prehistory Park of Brittany in Malensac, a park for time travellers with 30 life-size scenes reminding us about our origins …
During summertime, the Lac au Duc in Ploërmel offers a wide choice of water sports as well as a bathing spot , creperie ….
The Ferme des Korrigans in La Croix Helléan or Sainte Catherine Equestrian centre in Lizio propose riding lessons and rides for children and adults.
Nearby, 2 swimming pools , one golf course, mini-golf …

Plenty to do and entertain yourself when you are not relaxing in the piece and serenity of the gardens at Logis de Sainte Croix .

A suitable place for walking and long rambles
You can enjoy a ramble in Forest of Lanouée, the second largest forest in Brittany famous for hunting.
By foot, bike, on horse, follow the paths running alongside the Oust Canal, a canal open to inland river tourism and a little corner of paradise for anglers . It is possible to hire canoes and motor boats, if you fancy a day out on the water.

Strolling along the streets of Josselin, you’ll discover many tourist attractions in this historic town including the fantastic 12th Century turreted Chateau overlooking the Oust River, the converted stables into a Doll’s Museum, many 16th century half-timbered building and the gargoyled Basilica Notre Dame du Roncier with its beautiful 15th and 16th century stained glass windows. The Basilica also contains the tomb of Olivier de Clisson and Marguerite de Rohan . Between April and October, one can climb at the top of the bell tower to enjoy a fabulous view of the town .
Next to the gites, walk around the Sainte-Croix Chapel (1060) where you will see 14th, 15th and 15th century houses, beautifully restored.
There's so much to see and do in the town, it's easy to see why Josselin has been awarded the status “Petite Cité de Caractère”. Guided tours of the town are available from the Tourist Information Office which is situated in one of the half-timbered houses just outside the Chateau entrance.

Overlooking the Oust river running across Josselin and opposite the cobbled old part of town , the Sainte Croix quarter where the gites are located, is an ideal starting point to discover the treasures and numerous touristic attractions of the region .


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It’s also worth visiting the towns around Josselin for their churches, old chapels, crosses and manors nestling in the luscious green countryside .
Lizio, another small city of character “Petite Cité de Caractère”, offers many places of interest : its Museum of Ancient Trades (Musée des Vieux Métiers) , its Insectarium, its museum of the Iron Poet(Musée du Poète Ferrailleur) presenting a spectacular collection of automats made from recycled iron, its cider factory (La cidrerie du Terroir) , its annual craftsmen and modeling fair (August 15th) ….
In Ploërmel, you can take a walk through the Hydrangea path with 300 different species

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