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In western France along the river Leguer is the town of Lannion. A fantastic historical center with many medieval buildings serve as the primary draw to the town of 60,000. The monastery of St Anne dominants the city's skyline while other buildings such as the Church of Saint-Jean and the Convent of Ursulines. Lannion is also near several sandy beaches, which serve as a good alternative for those wishing to spend a day or two away from all of the historical landmarks. Whether you've come for the beautiful buildings or the sandy beaches, you can rely on the travel agents at for all your hotel needs. With hotels ranging from one to five stars, you can find Lannion hotels that will fit every budget.

What's Lannion Like?

Lannion has a wonderful historic center where many of its medieval and ancient buildings can be found. The Monastery of St. Anne can be found on the southern side of the river Legur while the historical center is on the northern side. To the east is the Convent of the Ursulines. The convent and the nearby chapel and other buildings have been converted for modern use and are used for exhibitions and theater performances. A walk from the old town up the hill of Crec'h Tanet takes you up 140 steps to the Church of Brelevenez. For those looking to get out of the city, several beaches are nearby around Trebeurden. The river Legur is also accessible and the area can be explored either on foot or by boat. Canoes as well as organized boat trips are available for hire.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Lannion

Thanks to Lannion's proximity to the ocean, seafood is a popular dish. The region of Brittany has a rich supply of lobster, crayfish, and mussels served in a variety of different ways. Brittany can also lay claim to the creation of the crepe, a famous French dessert resembling a pancake. Naturally, French is the dominant language in Lannion. Whether you're fluent or not, locals are generally friendlier when you begin conversations in the native language, even if you know just a few phrases. Whether you've come for the food, beaches, or the medieval buildings, returning to a hotel is the perfect way to end the day. proudly displays high resolution photos of every hotel offered as well as independent reviews from previous visitors so you know exactly what you're purchasing. You can reserve a room online or via's free mobile smartphone app.