The territory of Pontivy Community has a central position in the heart of Brittany. It is possible to get there by different means of transport.

Getting around

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Getting around

There are many means of transport to get to the Pontivy Community area: by bus, train, car, van and motorhome, join us!

Transport

By train

By train, no connection is provided to Pontivy station. The latter became a bus and freight station. Whether you arrive in Rennes, Saint-Brieuc, Vannes...you will need to use a second means of transport to continue your journey to us: bus, taxi or carpooling. The closest train stations are in Vannes (52 km), Lorient (56 km), Saint-Brieuc (67 km) and Rennes (110 km). You will find airports in the cities of Lorient (64 km) and Rennes (110 km), as well as Dinard (125 km) and Brest (149 km). 

By bus

Coach, different BreizhGo lines are present throughout the region. They allow you to connect central Brittany to Vannes, Lorient, Saint-Brieuc via Loudéac, and Rennes via Ploërmel and Josselin. Within our territory, connections will make your journeys easier. In the heart of Pontivy and the surrounding towns, use the PondiBus and Moovitad transport services (transport on demand).

By car, van and campervan

By car, van and camper van, take the main roads near the major towns then discover our surrounding countryside to join us. 

Departing from Rennes, the capital of our beautiful region, you will reach Pontivy in less than 1h30. While between the castle of the Dukes of Brittany in Nantes and that of Pontivy, former property of the Dukes of Rohan, allow less than 2 hours of travel time. 

Motorhome owners, several aires are at your disposal on our territory.

Do not hesitate to go to the transport services counter at Pontivy station, place Alfred Brard, to buy your PondiBus, BreizhGo and SNCF tickets. The counter is open Monday to Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and from 14 p.m. to 17:30 p.m., and can be reached on 02 97 25 68 25 or at [email protected]

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