Pontivy Community brings together 24 municipalities in Central Brittany, with nearly 50 inhabitants. This intercommunity is crossed by the Canal from Nantes to Brest and Channeled Blavet.

The community of communes

Set off to explore this rich natural territory to discover its heritage gems: castle, chapels, locks... Our towns will give you an unforgettable stay thanks to their exceptional sites.

Pontivy

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The must Pontivy castle, formerly owned by the Rohan family, opens its doors to you during our guided tours during school holidays. It is also accessible for walking at any time of the day by following the exterior paths to go around it and discover its massive architecture from different points of view.

At the heart of more linear and airy streets, the Napoleonic district opens its arms to you with 19th century architecturee century, recalling the transformation of Paris by Haussmann during the Second Empire.

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Heritage

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Admire our sumptuous religious heritage with our countless buildings: abbey, churches, chapels, oratories, fountains. Travel through the centuries through Gothic, Classical and Neo-Classical styles. Dare to enter inside these chapels in summer to marvel at works of contemporary art or by the place and its sculptural or architectural specificities.

Canals and nature

Stroll through the heart of our forests, our waterways and through typical and charming villages with local architecture, made of schist and granite stones. Of the hiking trails marked out areas allow you to take peaceful, natural walks to discover the heritage of our towns. The varied fauna and flora will give you the opportunity to observe them carefully.

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Guerledan Lake

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Head further north in our territory, in the footsteps of the industrial heritage with the Forges des Salles, in the heart of the Quénécan forest, a forest of more than 3 hectares. Operating at 000e and 19e centuries, the blast furnace stopped in 1877, leaving the life spent in the village intact. Without forgetting the hydroelectric plant below the Lake Guerlédan dam, still allowing the production of electricity, and this since 1930! L'Electric library of Lake Guerlédan retraces its history… pass through its doors.

Discover Breton traditions in Central Brittany, they are not without remainder! Fest-noz liven up your evenings, exhibitions and moments of sharing in French and Breton allow you to learn more about our habits and customs. Click on our calendar animations and exhibitions to find out the dates of these events!

Pontivy Community

Pontivy Community

The Nantes-Brest canal and the Blavet canal cross several towns in the Pontivy Community.

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