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Ploemeur

Centre-ville de Ploemeur

From the Breton Plo (parish) and Meur (big)

The 4th largest town in the Morbihan, Ploemeur in south-Brittany opens onto two worlds: the coast with its beaches and wealth of nautical activities (sailing, diving, fishing, etc.), the little ports of Kerroc'h and Lomener and its rich countryside (chapels, fountains, crosses, etc.). It has undeniable charm. One quarter of its land is devoted to rural activities, offering walking and cycling fans all the facilities for a very pleasant holiday. Ploemeur is a town of 17 747 inhabitants with numerous shops and plenty of cultural, sports and leisure activities. This is a lively town, with enchanting concerts and shows all year round, especially in the summer during the "Jeudis de Ploemeur".

Must see:

  • The Ter lakes, a nature park laid out around 2 lakes.
  • Fort Bloqué (1748): the fort was built to protect the coast from an attack by the English. It was sold in 1967 and renovated in the 1970's.
  • Saint-Pierre church in the town centre: the first very simple constructions dates from 1037 and was modified two centuries later.
  • Historic monuments and typical sites: Saint-Maudé 17th century chapel, fountains and washhouses, Divit village, standing stones.
  • Beaches: each beach has its own special features: Fort-Bloqué for waves, Kerroc'h, Lomener, Le Couréguant for its creeks... To see the fishermen at work, the little port of Lomener is well worth a visit.

 

Experience:

  • Thursdays in Ploemeur: from June to the end of August, from 7pm, crafts, music.
  • Chapel and art events: exhibitions combining art and heritage are organised in various chapels around the town.
  • All festivities and events in Ploemeur

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