Huddled between the river Scorff and the river Ellé, Arzano carefully offers a soft landscape where hills hedgerows and groves intertwine. In the heart of this bosky bower, nature lovers can head off to discover the inescapable natural and cultural sites.
Arzano is indeed a place of choice to uncover heritage. Several monuments deserve a glance given their architecture or their history like Saint-Pierre aux Liens’ Church, Saint-Laurence’s Chapel and Roc’h mill.
This mill is one element of a 15th century architectural complex. One finds there a feudal mound, also called a castle mound, a stone bridge, an old Gallic road, medieval fisheries as well as the mill and his dependences.
Arzano, An Arzanaou in Breton signifies « the land of those who live on the elevated place », seems to also be the name of a local Lord back in the 12th century.
Places to visit :
- Saint-Pierre aux Liens’ Church
- Saint-Laurent’s Chapel
- Roc’h Mill
- The Scorff valley and the Ellé valley
- « Le Grand Chêne » Library
- « Ici wifi » Wi-Fi hotspot at the Library
- Play area
- Picnic area
Pour aller plus loin, visitez le site Internet de la commune d'Arzano :