Itinerary, personal recommendations & bonus video access – Final episode of the Jugon Les Lacs mini-series.
1 – As you walk the route, leaving the village and heading left around the lake’s edge, you’ll enter a large park. Continue along the path next to the lake. You’ll note that this park offers rentals, including bikes, kayaks, paddleboats, and more. The staff in the Sports Nature office are super sweet and accommodating, with maps and all sorts of free goodies to check out.
2 – Fishing is permitted in the lake for seven different species. Day permits are sold at the Maison Pêche et Nature in JLL.
3 – As you leave this public park, you’ll come across vacation rental cabins and yurts and a massive indoor/outdoor water park. There is a campground as well.
4 – As you continue on the very flat path, you’ll come across a floating footbridge that takes you to the other side of the lake. Cross over and follow the trail back to JLL.
This loop is 2.5 miles RT. If you continue on the more extended option, it is over ten miles.
5 – A final shot of the ancient hotel de Sevoy. There is a gite opposite that you can stay at.
BONUS VIDÉO: Available in my Insta story for the next 24 hours. The Brzh water park is in the smaller, neighboring lake of JLL. It’s a sight to see, as participants use a massive pulley system overhead to zip them on and over ramps and jumps.
You’ll need a car to get to JLL.
If you haven’t traveled to this region before, I suggest you visit some of the other significant destinations before adding this one to your list.
If you are staying in the immediate area or have been to 22 Cotes d’Armor before, then here is an example day-trip itinerary:
10 AM: Arrive, park, and walk the village.
12 PM: Lunch at Crêperie Elysarose.
13h30: Walk the lake loop.
15h: Move on to your next destination.
Note: The mini-market in town has very basic supplies.