Baye, renowned for its artisanal andouille of the same name, is an inescapable stopover for gourmets.
In addition to andouille of Baye, the town also produces honey and typically Breton alcohol, called Chouchenn, to be consumed with moderation!
Not only does the town benefit from a rich gastronomic heritage but it also has an architectural heritage which is typically Breton like Saint-Pierre aux Liens’ Church, Leing’s cross and Saint-Eloi’s fountain.
The name Baye seems to originate from Baya, a Scottish virgin who may also have been called Beya, and partner to Saint Maure.
Places to visit :
- Saint-Pierre aux Liens’ Church
- Crosses including Leing’s cross
- Saint-Eloi’s fountain
- Municipal library
- « Ici wifi » Wi-Fi hotspot at the library
- Aire de jeux
- Aire de pique-nique
Market days :
- Sunday morning