Station verte de Bretagne, Réguiny is a village in the center of Morbihan. The commune has a rich historical heritage, typical of Brittany. It must be said that the occupation of the place dates back to the prehistoric era. Stone axes discovered here testify. In the Gallo-Roman era, two camps were established there. It was at this time that St. Clair, Bishop of Nantes, came to preach the Christian faith. Towards the end of the first century, he died and his relics were disputed between Nantes and Réguiny. In the sixth century, the Bretons settled on the territory. The medieval period unfolds. The economy, long rural, has diversified today and covers agriculture, services, trade and crafts. A holiday destination where life is good, Réguiny welcomes you in its landscape cracked by the streams and its old stones.