In the heart of Quimperlé’s countryside, discover the village of Le Trévoux, the river Bélon running along its east side.
Its rich heritage is both religious and prehistoric as seen with Goalichot dolmen and Laniscar menhir. If you enjoy stone and art work, the permanent exhibition at the parc de sculpture Ar Vevenn II (sculpture park of Ar Vevenn II) is for you with its 300 items.
Le Trévoux originates from the Breton name « treb » which means « hamlet ».
Places to visit :
- Menhir and dolmen
- Kerduté’s Chapel
- Saint-Herbot’s fountain
- Sculpture park of Ar Vevenn II
- Municipal library
- « Ici wifi » Wi-Fi hotspot at the library
- Play area
- Picnic area