There are plenty of activities and places of interest to explore nearby, like the 15th century Gothic church in Kernascléden renowned for its detailed frescos or the Maison des chauve-souris (bat house), a definite must-visit.
Guémené-sur-Scorff, capital of the andouille sausage and a registered « town of character » with its relics from the past such as Rohan- Guémené castle and the Queen’s baths (Bains de la Reine)…
The village of Faouët and its outstanding heritage like Sainte Barbe and Saint Fiacre chapels, indoor marketplace and museums…
Lorient with its golden sandy beaches, traditional interceltic festival (beginning of August) and Eric Tabarly sailing museum (Cité de la Voile).
An Mil village in Melrand.
The sound and light show at Bon-Repos Abbey in Saint-Gelven which requires no less than 350 extras.
Pont Scorff zoo, home to over 500 animals in a 30-acre park.
Grand Prix de Plouay, the largest cycle circuit race on the international calendar (takes place every year at the end of August).
The Gulf of Morbihan (approximately 1 h by car) and its 300 islands that you can tour on a boat trip.
For sports enthusiasts, numerous hiking trails, cycle paths and bridle paths.
« Vieilles Charrues » music festival every year in July in Carhaix-Plouguer (approximately 40 mins by car).
Buddhist centre in Plouray
And plenty more… !