Village of Morbihan in Brittany, Saint-Aignan is located on the border of Cotes d'Armor. With a remarkable flowering, the town has received numerous awards and has also been labeled Green Station because of the quality of its environment.
The one that used to be called St. Lunan, the name of a Breton saint, is now a popular tourist site, especially because of its many monuments and other buildings classified historical monument.
Jewel of the Brittany village Saint-Aignan attracted tourists and visitors passing through its lush vegetation and impressive greenery making it a haven of peace. Located along the famous artificial lake of Guerlédan and its dam, Saint-Aignan also hosts two natural areas of ecological interest, flora and fauna.
Green resort, the village of Saint-Aignan full of beautiful natural and architectural sites to discover some time to stroll through the streets and the countryside.
Saint-Aignan The church, built in the fifteenth century, is home to four objects inventoried and classified as an historic monument like a Pietà, a tree of Jesse and two altarpieces.
Classified as an historic monument in the early 1970s, the proto camp Castel-Finans recalls the past of the village. The archaeological site of Corboulou or the farm Corboulo are in turn registered historical monument.
Saint-Aignan is a natural paradise, with numerous hiking areas. It is possible to walk along the artificial lake of Guerlédan and its dam, while the natural areas of ecological interest, flora and fauna of the town, forest and Quénécan Blavet offer the possibility to follow different paths hiking.
The city houses an interesting museum of electricity which traces the history of the hydroelectric plant of the municipality. Models, photos, or video retrospectives are scheduled. A large collection of objects related to electricity are also presented, and the free and interactive exhibits are very playful.
Walking through Saint-Aignan, we discover chapels inventoried historical monument, like St. Mark's Chapel and St. Ignatius Chapel of the seventeenth century, or the Holy Tréphine chapel installed in the camp of Castel Finans. The village is also the venue beautiful farms and other houses from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century.
Living the village of Saint-Aignan offers activities throughout the year.
The main cultural event is the Noctambulleries Saint-Aignan festival. On this occasion, in early September, folk music concerts are offered in the town.
In July, a semi nocturnal hiking with storytelling breaks is offered to visitors of all ages to discover the town and the surrounding area.
Regularly, meals are organized in the village to highlight local cuisine and traditions of the region. Pardons of St. Ignatius or Saint-Aignan, at the Church of Saint-Aignan, are offered several times a year.