The common Guémené-sur-Scorff (Ar Gemene) is the chief town of Canton. Guémené-sur-Scorff depends Borough of Pontivy, department of Morbihan (Brittany).
Guémené-sur-Scorff is apparently there, a dismemberment of the former parish primitive Plousquen now disappeared. Guémené exists from the 5th century. There is a feudal mound about 1050, built by Gueg (or Gueg), son of Periou or Piriou (founder of La Roche-Periou in Priziac, son and grandson of Benedic, Earl of Cornwall) and nephew of Alain Canhiart , Earl of Cornwall. Gueg gives his name instead: Kemenet-Gueg (the stronghold of Gueg), now by softening and Guémené abbreviation. Originally Kemenet-Gueg is merely dependent castellany La Roche-Periou in Priziac and a rear-fief County Porhoet. The property of the family Gueg fall in the early 12th century, in the hands of the Rohan family. Alain becomes 1st, around 1120, owner Guémené.
Her gourmet specialty: the andouille.