Member of Rennes, Chartres-de-Bretagne is a town of Ille-et-Vilaine located five kilometers from the center of Rennes. This city of Brittany, bordering Bruz and enjoys the influence of the departmental capital.
Since the Middle Ages, the city of Chartres-de-Bretagne, which takes its name from a tribe Carnutes installed once on site, is known for its craft turned pottery. Even today, it is possible to discover the remains of this ancient practice.
Old, this Breton town reveals some beautiful monuments and other objects that have survived the centuries to bring their secrets and beauty. Castles and lime kilns are well present throughout the territory of Chartres-de-Bretagne.
The surrounding nature brings a certain charm to the whole, showing a kind of city rich in quiet countryside.