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Pluneret - Tro Ar Vourc'h

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Place de la Mairie
Duration : 1h40
Distance : 6.6km

Relatively spared from land consolidation, Pluneret has quality rural landscapes. Its paths promote gentle travel and encounters.

Step by step :

Departure: Opposite the church, take the road to Sainte-Anne d'Auray. Go past the cemetery. Opposite, turn left, skirt the school, follow the shady path.
1- At the intersection, turn left. View of the Loch valley and the town of Auray.
2- At the intersection, turn left. Cross the main axis, descend for 50 m, follow the path. At the crossroads, turn left, cross the road and walk along the shopping center car park.
3- At the edge of the car park, follow the path to the left. Entry into the hamlet of Kernitra (nitra = nothing).
4- At the road, cross. Further to the right, enter the subdivision. At the bottom, between 2 houses, enter the path. At the bottom, turn left.
5- At 100 m, cross the road, go towards Lanriaq. On the bend, follow the path to the left. At the top, turn left.
6- At the road, turn right, cross the road. Take the path opposite.
7- Cross the level crossing, turn left towards Le Cosquer, follow the sunken road.
8- At the intersection, turn right. 60 m further, turn right into the path and left after the 2nd house up to the level crossing.
9- At the end of the path, go down the road on the right. See, at the crossing of the river, on the right, the remains of a communal wash house.

• Tomb of the Countess of Ségur. The writer, of Russian origin, born Sophie Rospochine, regularly stayed at the Château de Kermadio, especially at the end of her life. Died in 1874, she rests in the cemetery of Pluneret, near her son.
• On the embankments, trees and shrubs (elderberry, hawthorn, blackthorn, wild pear) were planted as needed:firewood and lumber, fodder, food intake. They create a natural barrier for crops and livestock.
• To the north of Kervingu, in a field, the Dolmen of Kervingu testifies to the occupation of the territory for more than 4,000 years.
Place de la Mairie

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