Out of all the towns in the country of Quimperlé, Guilligomarc'h is the furthest eastward. It offers a nature stopover where the countryside is hilly and criss-crossed by woodland.
“Les Roches du Diable” (the Devil’s Rocks) site which is located near the village attracts lovers of outdoor sporting activities: mountain biking, walking, fishing and also kayaking for thrill-seekers!
In these amazing surroundings the river Ellé can either be calm or tempestuous. In the course of its discovery you will understand the origin of its name “Ellez” which means hell in Breton! Did you know that a legend stemmed from this wonderful place? Absorb the atmosphere of the site whilst reading about its legend!
Take a stroll to discover the architectural heritage made up of vaults, fountains and bread ovens.
Guilligomarc’h comes from the Breton name « gwele » which means « clan » and from « comarch » which means « rider ».
Places to visit :
- Saint-Méven’s church
- Marie Pellan’s grave
- Saint-Méven’s fountain and wash house
- Saint-Eloi’s Chapel and fountain
- Saint-Julien’s Chapel and fountain
- Les Roches du Diable’s natural site
- Library with a multimedia area
- « Ici wifi » Wi-Fi hotspot at the library