Did you know ? Since 8000 B.C., as the sea level evolved, the Gannedel marsh was created at the point where the Canut meets the Vilaine.
The marsh covers 500 hectares, enough to allow you to stretch your legs after a long journey! This area is classified as a natural zone of ecological, faunistic and foristic interest (ZNIEFF). It is home to over a hundred birds throughout the year. Make the most of spring, it's the season when the magic happens the most!
Come and meet the popular and traditional Breton culture with the festival of the golden bug in Redon! The festival lasts for 3 days where you can attend performances of songs, tales, dances and Celtic music around the chestnut!
During this autumn period, you can attend the Teillouse fair! Take your childlike spirit with you to the Redon funfair in the Parc Anger! On Saturday and Sunday, you will find the local producers and traders around the halls!
For car enthusiasts, the world-famous Lohéac rallycross, where a number of international tournaments have taken place, is not far away! The Manoir de l'Automobile can be visited. You can find what you are looking for in its market of old car parts!
The towpath of the Vilaine on foot, by bike or on horseback. From Redon to Rennes, its 95 km of flat land offer you a variety of landscapes between urban, agricultural and natural and especially the possibility of returning to the starting point with the train.
The car museum of Lohéac and its market of old car parts.
The forests of Gavre and Brocéliande, if you like the legend of King Arthur, it is in the magnificent forest of Brocéliande, between moors and ponds, that it takes its source. A magical site to discover during beautiful hikes.
In the heart of the forest of Gavre, you will find the longest alignment of megaliths in Europe with 120 stones. Will you be able to solve the mystery of these man-made alignments?
The megaliths of St Just offer you a beautiful walk in a luxuriant vegetation.
The lime kiln of Avessac, in an exceptional state of preservation, is a spectacular vestige of the lime kiln industry.