Domaine de Menez Meur

Typical Breton livestock in typical Breton landscapes
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  • Some rare Breton breeds roam the 700 hectares of the Armorique Regional Natural Park, with its typical moors, heather and 'bocage' (a patchwork of fields with high hedges). Something for all ages!

    The Menez Meur estate sits in the beautiful foothills of Armorique's mountains, the Monts d'Arrée, and contains a plethora of rare and protected breeds. Among others, you can see Breton Pie Noir cattle, Isle of Ushant sheep, the white pigs of Western Brittany as well as deer and wild boar. Not only can you see these endangered species by taking the well-marked family trails, but around 16:00 every day you can also watch the animals being fed. Also, every May you can watch the remarkable tradition of 'transhumance', when huge flocks of sheep from near Sizun are driven up to the higher pastures on the hills.
  • Environment
    • In the country
  • Spoken languages
    • English
    • French Sign Language
  • Services
    • Animals accepted
    • Disabled facilities and reception
    • Boutique
    • Play area
    • Toilets
Payment methods
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  • Rates 2020
  • Child rate
  • Reduce rate
  • Membership rate
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