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  • Shopping in Lannion

Discover the town centre of Lannion:
... health and beauty – gastronomy – decoration – fashion – services.

With a dynamic town centre, Lannion offers gourmets and food lovers a wide selection of gastronomic outlets (chocolatiers, delicatessens, restaurants, etc.), a pleasurable culinary adventure is guaranteed! Commerces
Fashionistas will also be pleased with the numerous fashion boutiques exhibiting the work of top designers for men, women and kids.
Lannion centre is of course close to the seashore and the sea’s influence is evident in the health and beauty boutiques and institutes in the town. A place for relaxation, these boutiques specialise in aromatherapy and organic products.
Decoration boutiques, each conceived with eye-catching and interesting distinction, are another feature of the town centre.
Lannion can offer a wide range of services: reading, travel as well as all types of personal services.

In order to accompany and support business and crafts, the town of Lannion currently works in concert with the partners of Lannion commerce and trades:

    • The council chambers (CCI – Chamber of Professions and Trades)

    • The union of commercial agents for the implementation of the plan to reinvigorate commerce and trades in the town centre – town financed by Dans les rues de la villeFISAC* that describes for the 2010-2013 period progressive actions and projects beneficial for merchants as well as for residents and visitors


*The Fonds d'Intervention pour les Services, l'Artisanat et le Commerce (Fund for Services, Trades and Commerce) is intended to support the development of collective actions in the town centre, to encourage consumers to visit independent shops and businesses and to call upon local services.
Managed by the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Employment, this fund serves to finance creative, maintenance and modernisation operations in order to preserve or develop the fabric of local businesses.

 

  • The Lannion market

An opportunity to relax and stroll while taking in the local colour, the Lannion market is the biggest market in the Côtes d’Armor department.

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Every Thursday the streets of Lannion host between 250 and 280 market sellers between 8.30am and 6pm offering a wide variety of products from food to merchandise at three locations: Quay Aiguillon, the place du Marchallac'h and the place du Centre.

 

  • Halles de Lannion

The Halles represent a veritable place for exchange in the heart of Lannion town heritage.
They celebrated their 100-year anniversary on 1st November 2007. This excellent public space, divided into two complimentary areas, one for food and one specifically for fish, is a true reflection of local gastronomic culture.Halles

Throughout the year, the thirteen artisan shopkeepers offer produce to consumers looking for fresh, local, authentic produce, in a bright and cheerful atmosphere.


Four-season produce, delicatessens, cheese shops, butchers, pancake houses and fishmongers offer the best fresh produce from Tuesday to Saturday 8am to 1pm and Friday from 8am to 1pm and 2.30pm to 7.30pm.