The Heart of Brocéliande is crossed by 2 Greenways, around which the walking loops are built...Voie Verte n°3 Saint-Malo - RhuysGreen Route Ploërmel-Guer-Messac
The Grande Randonnée routes allow you to walk several hundred kilometres on these marked paths, but you can also walk only part of them!The GR37The GRP "Tour de Brocéliande
Don't want to walk alone? There are hiking associations that offer to accompany you on their outings.If you are interested, do not hesitate to consult the 2016 walking programmes of the "Friends of the Broceliande paths and "Nature and Heritage.
Go against the Breton legends through a walk. Menhirs, covered walkways, stone chests, so many landscapes to discover or (re)discover.
50 km of towpath along the Nantes-Brest Canal: from St Congard to Les Forges.The + : A discovery trail of the canal with 10 panels. A little boy, Jean, goes to meet his grandfather. Along the way, he meets the various people who have "lived" the canal
- The Abbey of Paimpont: a Benedictine monastery from the 13th century, it was occupied by canons until the Revolution.- The Judicaël Cross: Saint-Judicaël, founder of the abbey of Paimpont, was also the king of the Domnonée.- The pond of Paimpont: a magnificent 50 hectare lake.- Grotto of Notre-Dame de Paimpont: This cave has become a real place of pilgrimage since the time of the monks.
- The Menhirs of Monteneuf- The Chomet de Couëplan and the White Rock- The covered walkways of the Loge Morinais, des Bordoués....
A 2.7 kilometre trailAt the gates of Rennes, a natural area protected by the Department, the Canut valley alternates between moorland, woods and meadows. The site is home to around a hundred rare species.
- Saint-Pierre de Saint-Péran Church- The chapel of Coganne- The Serein: this watercourse runs through a deep valley in the communes of St Péran, Tréffendel and Monterfil.- The washhouse: consisting of a basin and a frame on piles, this place was a place of exchange for the village community from the 6th century.
- The village of Ville Boscher, one of the most beautiful villages in our region, especially during the flower season.- The Trembling Stone, a huge stone block weighing 25 tons.- The Butte du Dran, the highest point of the town of Guer.- L'if millennium, ancient tree in the village of Les Moutiers.
In the scent of roses, walking on the pebbles or 6m high, amazing animations delight young and old in this floral park. 24 hectares of paths charm the eyes and the nose in the heart of the collections of lilacs, roses or irises.
A walk in the middle of nature on an old railway line with an atypical decor worthy of a 19th century station
The Tréhorenteuc Equestrian CentreThe magic of Broceliande also means discovering the forest on horseback: rides, group visits, courses for children and teenagers... For your events or your stays with family, lovers or friends, think of this activity, a return to nature guaranteed and proximity to the animal for enthusiasts and amateurs!
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Starting point: Hotel Le Roi ArthurUnique in France, the Hydrangea Circuit invites you to a botanical discovery with the most beautiful specimens of the plant symbol of Brittany! Along the banks of the Lac au Duc, one of the largest lakes in Brittany, 5,500 Hydrangeas and 550 varieties flourish from June to October.
Starting point : Old train station of PloërmelLength of the course: 20 kmDuration of the whole course: 2 hours by VTCDifficulty: Easy
Ploërmel The town was founded in the 6th century by Saint-Armel and prospered in the Middle Ages when it became the residence of the Dukes of Brittany. You can visit the church of Saint-Armel (15th and 16th century), the astronomical clock, the Carmelite cloister, the old town and its timber-framed houses.
Le Vieux Bourg It was originally the first village of Taupont which controlled a ford on the river. The church of Saint-Golven and its calvary have been listed as historical monuments since 1925. Inside, the large 17th century altarpiece has blocked off the river.
Loyat It is the land of the wizards. A fountain on the moor of Tréguier bears witness to this. Legend has it that young men who went out to have fun at night could meet beautiful sorceresses and disappear forever.
The manor of Lézonnet The former feudal manor house (now privately owned) is situated opposite the Lac au Duc. It still has a watchtower, an entrance and a domestic chapel.
With its 250 hectares, it is one of the largest water reserves in Brittany after the Guerlédan lake, which offers a multitude of recreational and sporting activities.
Located at the foot of the hotel, a beautiful 9-hole course. Possibility to do an Initiation to Golf & Course for members. 10% discount at the Blue Green Golf Club!
Pedalos, Water-skiing, Sailing, Windsurfing, Canoeing, Dinghy, Catamaran, Wakeboard, Stand-up Paddle, and Towed Buoy.
This former railway line offers a 52 km route. By bike, on foot or on horseback, it is an ideal place to rediscover the pleasures of sport and nature on foot, by electric bike or mountain bike, on rollerblades or even on horseback!
A magnificent place between moors and ponds. This marvellous place inhabited by the Vivian Fairy, Merlin the magician or the Knight Lancelot. Discover the Barenton Fountain, the Val Sans Retour, the Chêne à Guillotin,...
Miles of walks along the banks of the Canal.
The Dunaire Massif of Brittany which extends over the communes of Erdeven, Etel, Plouharnel and Quiberon: a walk to discover the fauna and flora.
The "beautiful escape". (from June to September) Family raid linking Redon to the Ile aux Pies, a large listed natural site in the Lower Oust Valley.
Archeosite of Monteneuf: site of the Pierres Droites
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