Tréméven is every fisherman’s and hiker’s paradise thanks to the river Isole in the west and the river Ellé in the east which join together south of the village.
These two rivers offer a diversified green and hilly landscape. To fully appreciate its diversity, the best thing is to take la balade de Kermer (Kermer troll).
Tréméven also has a rich heritage, allowing you to contemplate religious buildings but also the ruins of Lamarre castle, abandoned at the end of the Hundred Years War.
The name Tréméven comes from the combination of the Breton word « treb » which means « village » and a secular lord called Mewen.
Places to visit :
- Saint-Méven’s parish church
- Lamarre castle
- Saint-Diboan’s chapel
- Fountain and wash house
- Municipal media library
- “Ici wifi” Wi-Fi hotspot at the media library
- Aire de jeux
- Aire de pique-nique
Walk across the country
- 4 circuits are available for mountain biking sign-posted «Site VTT FFC»
- 5 circuits are available for rambling ranging from 6.2 to 8.4 km