The common Bignan is located near the town of Locminé and Saint-Jean-Brevelay, its history dates back to prehistoric standing stones to prove it. During the revolution of 1789, Guillemot Pierre got up and refused to deny his religion and his King; refuge in England with two of his children, his wife had died prematurely of illness ... He returned to his town where he was denounced, and then shot in the garden of the Warren Vannes, 5 January 1805 and is called "The King of Bignan" religious traditions are strong and the food has an important place.
Hiking trails are about to be rehabilitated, pedestrians, cyclists, horses are welcome, and these roads will be connected to the roads surrounding municipalities.
The crosses are the number of 42, some quite old, related to the plagues of the Middle Ages, the chapels are very honored and maintained the chapel of fountains, Chapel of St. Nolwen, Chapel of St. Susanna, Trinity Chapel, near the magnificent estate of Kerguehennec, home to contemporary art, open to all, a 170 hectare park with ponds.