Small towns full of character ,  Town, village, neighbourhood at Guémené-sur-Scorff

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  • Guémené-sur-Scorff in Morbihan is labeled "Small City of Character". Guémené owes its origin to a feudal motte built around 1050 by a lord named Guégant. This is where the old name Kemenet Guégant comes from, which later gave its name to the city. However, it was the Rohan-Guémené family that left its mark on Guémené for several generations. From this rich history, we remember the remains of the castle that we can visit today but especially the "Queen's Baths" medieval oven enriched with a museum space that gives us all the secrets of hygiene in the Middle Ages. A stroll through the streets and alleys of the historic center of Guémené is essential to discover the charm of old houses, worthy heirs of the Middle Ages. To explore these old districts, go to the tourist office to withdraw the recommended route for a nice urban stroll. To finish, one cannot evoke Guémené without immediately thinking of the andouille of Guémené and its inexhaustible producers on the artisanal manufacture of this specialty which is the pride of Guémenois. This famous andouille from Guémené, recommended by the greatest chefs of French gastronomy, gives rise to the andouille festival every year at the end of August.
  • Activities
    • Museum
  • Equipment
    • Playground
    • Picnic area
    • Cinema
    • Multimedia library
    • Restaurant
    • Gym
    • Party/music hall
    • local shops