Saint-Germain-en-Coglès is located in Ille-et-Vilaine, a few kilometers north of the town of Fougères. Perched at an average of 131 meters, the town is wooded and hilly, offering visitors beautiful walks.
The name of the commune comes from Saint-Germain, bishop of Auxerre in the 5th century and Breton "coglez" (north). It is today populated by a little more than 2 000 inhabitants.
The town has invested for several years in the embellishment of its borough, proposing a creative flowering and renewed every year, which is why it has three clovers in the national ranking of cities and floral villages.