Le lac de Guerledan © E. Berthier - CRT Bretagne

Guerlédan Lake

The largest lake in Brittany – 12 km long and covering an area of over 400 hectares - Lake Guerlédan is nestled right in the heart of the massive Quénécan Forest, and lies between Mûr-de-Bretagne and the Abbey of Bon Repos.

Formed by the construction of a hydroelectric dam, over the years it has become one of the most popular tourist sites in interior Brittany, particularly with ramblers and water-sport amateurs.  This man-made lake also offers visitors a host of panoramic views.


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