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Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Morbihan

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.

Geographical information

Tourism label
Latitude47.9764950 (N 47° 58’ 35”)
Longitude-2.7452220 (W 2° 44’ 43”)
AltitudeFrom 61m to 129m
Surface area27.92 km²
Population1896 inhabitants
Density67 inhabitants/km²
PrefectureVannes (40 km, 43 min)
Insee code56190
IntercommunalityCC Pontivy Communauté

Nearest cities & towns

Radenac4.1 km (7 min)
Pleugriffet5.1 km (9 min)
Crédin7.5 km (10 min)
Évellys7.6 km (12 min)
Saint-Allouestre8.3 km (10 min)
Rohan11.3 km (13 min)
Buléon11.6 km (11 min)
Moréac12 km (14 min)
Kerfourn12.3 km (13 min)
Lantillac12.3 km (13 min)
Les Forges12.3 km (17 min)
Gueltas15.8 km (17 min)
Saint-Jean-Brévelay16.3 km (18 min)
Bréhan16.5 km (19 min)

Things to see and do

Saint-Clair having marked the place of his imprint, it is evident that several vestiges of the past relate to him. You will begin your walk in Réguiny by visiting the church of St. Clair and its tomb in which only remains the skull of the holy man. A little further on, at the place called Saint-Clair stands a magnificent eponymous fountain inscribed in the Historic Monuments. During your walk, you will cross various Calvaries, including that of the cemetery of Porhman dated 1739. A little further up is the castle of Porhman. The imposing building dates from 1710 and houses a staircase registered with the Historic Monuments.

Continuing your walk to the site of Locmalo-en-Réguiny, you will discover the Saint-Malo chapel. If the building can be confused with a traditional building of the time, it remembers its belonging to the church by the bell-tower surmounting its facade. Still farther, the Chateau du Resto is revealed to the eyes of walkers. Built in 1928, the Ferrand mill remembers the importance of culture in the region.

You can also immerse yourself in the history of the Second World War by visiting the Museum of Long Sanglots.

After the culture, the leisure activities are invited into your program. In Réguiny, relaxation is the order of the day. The town is discovered by hiking, equestrian or mountain biker. You will therefore have the choice to go through the marked trails to discover the local flora and fauna. The leisure base on the lake shores welcomes young and old for unforgettable moments. A rose garden and orchard conservatory are installed on the banks for the delight of walkers. The lake allows fishing lovers to throw their line both day and night. Tennis courts and mini-golf are also available on the town. Finally, you can take a dip in the heated swimming pool.

Places of interest


Events and festivities

From 8 am to 1 pm, the market takes place in Réguiny every Wednesday of the year. In a friendly atmosphere, come and shop and choose the meals that will make up your meal. The smells get tangled and titillate your nostrils to put you in an appetite. But what to choose between all these beautiful vegetables, appetizing cheeses, fresh meat and fish? It is also the place where we meet and discuss. It will be an opportunity to immerse yourself in the habits of the inhabitants, always very welcoming with visitors who came to discover their beautiful village of Morbihan.


Tuesday 24 october
Min. 12°C - Max. 18°C
Wednesday 25 october
Min. 10°C - Max. 21°C
Thursday 26 october
Min. 8°C - Max. 22°C

Visits, leisure and activities nearby

Leisure activities

Last nameActivity typeRateCity
Tandem parachute jump from a helicopter
Sports sensations280 € to 290 € Monterblanc (28 km)
Step back in time to a Breton farmhouse in 1850
Culture and education5 € to 10 € Quistinic (32 km)
Horse Riding in the Brocéliade Forest
Nature and the great outdoors40 € Tréhorenteuc (33 km)
Horse Riding & Picnic in the Brocéliade Forest
Entertainment80 € Tréhorenteuc (33 km)
Sea trip aboard a traditional sailboat
Sports sensations65 € Auray (39 km)


Last nameOuting typeDifficultyDurationDeparture municipality
Langroëz Trail la vraie-croix
HikeEasy3h00La Vraie-Croix (35 km)
Lindeul Trail molac
HikeIntermediate3h50Molac (36 km)
Old Bono bridge - Port of Saint-Goustan
HikeEasy3h00Bono (41 km)
Popinettes Trail, Questembert
HikeIntermediate4h25Questembert (41 km)
Rochefort-en-terre trail
HikeEasy2h35Rochefort-en-Terre (43 km)


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