Town, village, neighbourhood at Le Croisty
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- From the 13th century, Le Croisty in the Mobihan center, meaning House of the Cross, belonged to the order of Hospitallers of Saint John of Jerusalem. That's where its name comes from. The parish church is also dedicated to Saint John the Baptist, the Patron Saint of Hospitallers. Inspired by Gothic architecture, it deserves to be pushed open to discover the richness of its polychrome wooden sand pits sculpted with scenes from everyday life or fabulous animals. Located in the Aër Valley, the Kergoff au Croisty site is particularly suitable for hiking or mountain biking. The river is also very appreciated by fishermen who can indulge, in particular, in fly fishing. Kergoff is also a reception area for motorhomes and a place suitable for picnics. Le Croisty is also inseparable from its Celtic circle "Danserien Ar Vro Pourlet", repeatedly titled. The original choreographies and the dynamism of the dancers never cease to surprise an always conquered public, particularly during the execution of a spectacular gavotte pourlet.
- Hiking trail