The magic of virgin expanses!
If there is indeed a natural treasure essential to biodiversity, it is the marshes.Ecological niches that feed an entire ecosystem.A Remarkable Area of Brittany®, the Sougéal marsh constitutes a natural treasure essential to biodiversity. You will observe a luxuriant fauna and flora there. Alone, with family or friends, let yourself be amazed by the wild nature whether on foot or by bike.
The wonderful is everywhere
In Brittany, places and landscapes are inhabited… By stories, characters, and also legends. Here are two villages that are no exception to the rule.The first is Broualan, a small wooded parish where nearly 400 souls live. Its 15th century church, dedicated to Notre-Dame de-Toutes-Joies, is classified as a historical monument. A legend attributes its construction to a lady of Landal, in execution of a vow made by her to obtain the return of her husband, but it seems more likely that it was built by the generosity of the inhabitants of the country. The second village, classified as a Commune du Patrimoine Rural de Bretagne, owes its name to a plant that grows there in abundance: Pleine-Fougères. The megalith of the Roche Buquet attests that the site has been inhabited for 5 millennia. According to the legend, it is attributed to Bertrand du Guesclin a popular saying that “when Roche-Buquet falls, the end of the world will arrive”.