Commune de Lanvénégen

Town, village, neighbourhood at Lanvénégen

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  • The name of the commune is composed of Breton "lan" meaning "consecrated place" associated with the name of a saint, perhaps, Wenegan or Conogan. The territory of Lanvénégen is furrowed by four rivers: Ellé, Inam, Naïc and Ster-Laër. From its architectural heritage, one retains the Saint-Conogan church or the Saint-Urlo chapel and its fountain of devotion. Remains of the chapel of the Trinity, emanates a special atmosphere that permeates the surrounding countryside. It is an ideal place to walk in order to appreciate the change of scenery that Central Brittany can offer! Pretty hiking loops allow to discover the richness of the patrimony of the commune in particular the covered alley of Keroual d'en Haut. The construction of this sepulcher is located during the Neolithic period, probably between - 3300 and - 2500 BC.
Services
  • Activities
    • Horse-riding centre
    • Fishing
    • Hiking trail
    • Mountain biking
  • Equipment
    • Playground
    • Picnic area
    • Restaurant
    • Party/music hall
    • Tennis
  • Services
    • Food shop
    • Multimedia library