Saint-Thélo, a charming city where life is good ...
The town situated on the banks of the Oust offers a hilly landscape. Houses of character dating from the 18th century remind us of the heyday of trade in linen.
Agriculture is the main activity.
The village, with its church, Calvary, its merchant houses paintings and Weavers, offers a wealth of architecture, which is to be classified Saint-Thélo Label Rural Heritage of Britain. "
In 2004 was inaugurated the Museum of Paintings, which marks a step in the Route du Lin passing by Saint-Brieuc, Quintin, and Uzel Saint-Thélo.
The Museum House of Fabrics: open all year on weekends and daily in summer.
The village has a Saint-Thélo tour allows visitors to discover the architectural heritage of the church and the many merchant houses of paintings.
A work of renowned Japanese artist Tadashi Kawamata is present near the House of Fabrics. This project will redevelop the houses of weavers in the implementation of a "loom" giant crosses the roof of one of these homes, which allows travel through time and space.
EVENTS AND CELEBRATIONS
Many local festivities take place as the famous competition balls Brittany.
Since 2010, Rock festival held on the last Saturday of August.
ATTRACTIONS, LEISURES AND ACTIVITES AROUND
Visit Britain Centre with the discovery of lakes Guerlédan (15 km) and Bosméléac (18 km).
Stroll on the ditch and join Hilvern Bosméléac Lake (20 km bike on a slope of 1 %...).
Loudeac A dip in the swimming-pool the "Aquatides. It has swimming pools and leisure pools with water slide. Enjoy the Jacuzzi and other spa.
Also take the time to visit the museum at Weavers Uzel.
The Walk also Quillio and visit his church and its churchyard and its beautifully restored village.
At 20 km, visit Moncontour small medieval town, voted "one of the most beautiful villages of France" in 2010.