Plumergat - The 3 bell towersfavorite_borderAdd to favourites
Duration : 2 hoursPlumergat, its town with three bell towers, its villages and its chapels are located along paths and country roads.
Distance : 8km
Distance : 8km
Step by step :
Departure: Go down the square to the left of the church. Take the path after the well.
1- At the exit of the subdivision, turn right to the village, walk along the church and take the road on the left.
2- At the roundabout, follow the path opposite. After 50 m, turn left at the fork.
3- Au Rest, take the road to the right, then the path to the right.
4- At the end of the path, take the road to the right and a path to the left.
5- Before the subdivision, turn right.
6- At the end of the path, take the road to the right, then to the left between the 2 football fields. Turn right.
7- At the stop sign, cross the road, turn left in front of the multipurpose room, then right after the Pont Gollec housing estate.
8- At the crossroads, follow the path to the right. At the 1st intersection, turn left.
9- Take the road on the left until the D133. Follow her to the right.
10- Take the 1st path on the left opposite the entrance to the Baisy manor (300 m). Go up to the road, turn left. at the D133, turn right and reach the village.
• Saint-Thuriau church retains the nave, arcades and sculpted capitals of its Romanesque origin. to the right of the south door, see the only Breton stele (1st century) bearing inscriptions in the Gallic language.
• The Chapel of the Trinity (15th century) houses several statues. Its eaves and sand pits are full of sculptures with various motifs. Open occasionally (inquire at the tourist office).
• The chapel of Saint-Servais was built by a local peasant, following a pilgrimage to the Saint's tomb in Maastricht.
Kiosque en face de la mairie