Guémené-sur-Scorff et Le Faouët

Between rock formations and freshwater
Guided tour at Le Faouët

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  • Guémené-sur-Scorff and Le Faouët: two towns at the heart of enchanting valleys, which have successfully preserved their vast architectural heritage.

    At the heart of the Pays Pourleth area, Guémené-sur-Scorff, known for its traditional ‘andouille’ sausage, bears witness to life at the time of the princes of the house of Rohan-Guémené. Half-timbered houses, fountains, wash-houses, remains of the château and ramparts, the guardroom and ‘porterie’, or former entrance to the château…Outside the town, the Scorff valley is well worth a visit: otters, salmon and trout share the same fresh waters. Not far away, visit Le Faouët and its magnificent 16th century market place and ‘halles’ (covered market), the Ursuline convent that is now a museum, the houses with sculpted dormer windows, or the church of Notre-Dame de l'Assomption and its pagoda shaped bell tower…Nearby, the river Ellé valley with its ever changing moods will enchant you, as it varies between calm and tranquil river and raging torrent!
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    • English
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    • Individuals
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    • Animals accepted
    • Disabled facilities and reception
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