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Sainte-Brigitte

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Small Breton village located in the heart of Morbihan, Sainte-Brigitte takes place in the country of Kost ar c'hoad, near the Quénécan forest. Considered one of the least densely populated municipalities of the department, it is also one of the most wooded. It is located not far from Pontivy, about seventy kilometers from the fortified city of Vannes.

Formerly a small property of the parish of Cléguérec, Sainte-Brigitte develops in the course of the twelfth century with the construction of its castle. From that time, the town is known for its manufacture of iron, and for its forges fueled by the many forests around. This industrial activity will last until the end of the 19th century.

Today, Sainte-Brigitte is especially appreciated for its natural charm, with the presence of a most pleasant green heritage.

Geographical information

MunicipalitySainte-Brigitte
Postcode56480
Latitude48.1637530 (N 48° 9’ 50”)
Longitude-3.1287210 (W 3° 7’ 43”)
AltitudeFrom 120m to 286m
Surface area17.74 km²
Population178 inhabitants
Density10 inhabitants/km²
PrefectureVannes (75 km, 1h22)
Insee code56209
IntercommunalityCC Pontivy Communauté
DepartmentMorbihan
RegionBrittany

Nearest cities & towns

Perret2.7 km (5 min)
Silfiac4.5 km (8 min)
Plélauff8.5 km (14 min)
Gouarec9.9 km (12 min)
Saint-Aignan10 km (14 min)
Saint-Gelven10.9 km (15 min)
Langoëlan11.2 km (25 min)
Cléguérec11.3 km (16 min)
Séglien11.6 km (13 min)
Lescouët-Gouarec14.3 km (20 min)
Caurel14.8 km (19 min)
Malguénac15 km (19 min)
Laniscat15.5 km (18 min)

Things to see and do

The old forges des Salles, built in the eighteenth century can still be admired today, and are now listed in the Historical Monuments.

Built in the 15th century, the church Sainte-Brigitte is also worth a visit.

Marked hiking trails or simple paths allow you to appreciate the natural heritage of Sainte-Brigitte, such as the pond of Salles, the Fourneau pond or the Quénécan forest.

Places of interest

Monuments
Natural sites

Events and festivities

In August, the festival of chapels takes place in several municipalities of Morbihan, offering concerts in some of the most beautiful chapels of the department.

Weather

Friday 23 february
Min. -2°C - Max. 6°C
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Saturday 24 february
Min. -3°C - Max. 7°C
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Sunday 25 february
Min. -2°C - Max. 5°C
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Visits, leisure and activities nearby

Leisure activities

Last nameActivity typeRateCity
Bat centre
Culture and education3 € to 7 € Kernascléden (22 km)
Step back in time to a Breton farmhouse in 1850
Culture and education5 € to 10 € Quistinic (30 km)
Surf lessons or course on the Guideloise coast
Sports sensations35 € to 140 € Guidel (49 km)

Outings

Last nameOuting typeDifficultyDurationDeparture municipality
The Haut Blavet and Faoudel Gorges
Village visitIntermediate7h00Saint-Nicolas-du-Pélem (17 km)
Locarn Moors and Corong Gorges
HikeEasy1h00Locarn (28 km)
Shooting Range Circuit
Mountain bike itineraryEasy30 minPlouisy (47 km)
Penn Ar Pont vtt
Mountain bike itineraryEasy1h00Châteauneuf-du-Faou (51 km)
Penn Ar Pont
HikeEasy3h45Châteauneuf-du-Faou (51 km)

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Vacation rentals

Campsites

Hotels

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