Tucked away in the hills, Lac de Guerlédan stretches from west to east.
A lake made for activities
Each meander reveals a different facet of its personality. A perfect playground for water sports enthusiasts and hikers, it's also the ideal place to swim and cool off in summer! There are several sandy beaches around the lake (unsupervised swimming).
Anse de Sordan
At Anse de Sordan, find a small beach in the heart of the Quénécan forest where children and adults can relax, as well as hire pedalos and kayaks! The restaurant Merlin's feet in the water offers local snacks and ice creams all day long!
Anse de Guerlédan
At Anse de Guerlédan, discover a beach at the foot of the campsite where you can also hire a canoe in summer with the Mûr-de-Bretagne kayak association. From this beach you can see the Lake Guerlédan dam.
On the north shore, Beau Rivage looks like a small seaside resort, with one of the largest beaches on Lac de Guerlédan.
The beach at Landroannec offers an uninterrupted view of the lake and calm waters. Ideal for families! There's a children's play area and plenty of picnic tables. There's also a small guinguette open in summer, where you can eat and drink...