La confluence entre Meu et Garun

in Montfort-sur-Meu
Opening hours and services not guaranteed
imgcarousel-name-mising© Office de tourisme de Montfort Communauté
imgcarousel-name-mising© Office de tourisme de Montfort Communauté
imgcarousel-name-mising© Virginie Michel
imgcarousel-name-mising© Emelyne Mairy
  • This convergence has played an important role in the history of the town, given that the medieval city was located between those two rivers.
    That convergence is visible from the street "Rue du 11 juin 1944".
    The place where is located the spillway is where a wooden footbridge to cross the Meu river and to go to the mill used to be.
    The convergence can also be discovered during the guided tours on canoe. (by reservation during summer)
    The Meu river crosses the South of the land, from...
    This convergence has played an important role in the history of the town, given that the medieval city was located between those two rivers.
    That convergence is visible from the street "Rue du 11 juin 1944".
    The place where is located the spillway is where a wooden footbridge to cross the Meu river and to go to the mill used to be.
    The convergence can also be discovered during the guided tours on canoe. (by reservation during summer)
    The Meu river crosses the South of the land, from Saint-Gonlay to Talensac through Iffendic, Montfort-sur-Meu and Breteil. One of its tributaries, the river Garun, meets it in the heart of Montfort-sur-Meu.
    This convergence has played an important role in the history of the town, given that the medieval city was located between those two rivers.
    That convergence is visible from the street "Rue du 11 juin 1944".
    The place where is located the spillway is where a wooden footbridge to cross the Meu river and to go to the mill used to be.
    The convergence can also be discovered during the guided tours on canoe. (by reservation during summer)
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