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Pluvigner - Circuit of Bieuzy-Lanvaux
Randonnée de Bieuzy-Lanvaux

Pluvigner - Circuit of Bieuzy-Lanvaux

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Bieuzy-Lanvaux Église Saint-Bieuzy
Duration : 2h30
Distance : 10km

A hike between forest and heritage: Lanvaux national forest, Saint-Mériadec chapel, Notre-Dame de Fatima aux Granges, tomb of the seven holes and forest pond.

Step by step :

Departure: From the Church (16th century), take the alley on the right, cross the road and go straight ahead. At the Saint-Bieuzy Fountain (16th century), turn left, go straight. At the town hall, go down to the right towards Quatre-Chemins. After the restaurant, take Chemin des Charbonniers on the left.
1- Take the path on the right, cross the footbridge, go straight. At the road, turn right on the path and follow the road to the left.
2- Follow the path that goes up to the left. Possibility of descending to the forest pond 900 m away and going around it (ruins of an 11th century castle).
3- Turn left to shorten the circuit.Turn right for the long route, turn left, cross the stream and climb the path on the left.
4- Follow the path to the right, cross the line of the Vannes barrier. Take the path opposite.
5- Go up on the left by the path, turn right. Go straight to the stone embankment.
6- Turn left, follow the path along the embankment, cross the road. Take the path opposite. Continue straight (burial of a hermit priest, Les Sept Trous). At the crossing with the road, go straight.
7- Descend to the right by the path, turn right, follow the stream, cross the footbridge.
8- Turn left to reach Chemin des Charbonniers then the starting point. Alternative: go right on the GR38, cross the road and take the path opposite to reach Saint-Mériadec and its chapel. To go back. At the road, make a round trip to Notre-Dame de Fatima at the 19th century Granges. Return to starting point.

• The Saint-Mériadec chapel was built by an abbot on the stronghold of the Abbey of Lanvaux. His pilgrimage was very popular with farmers, peasants who came from afar with their animals. The chapel houses, among other things, sculpted sand pits and a statue of Sainte-Noyale holding her head in her hands. Open occasionally (inquire at the tourist office).
• Notre-Dame de Fatima at Les Granges is a house of Spiritual Retreats. The chapel, adjoining the house, is open every day. This place of prayer, and the silence of the people who follow a retreat there, must be respected.
Bieuzy-Lanvaux Église Saint-Bieuzy


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