Parcs et balades vertes en famille

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© Office de tourisme de Montfort Communauté
imgcarousel-name-mising© Office de tourisme de Montfort Communauté
imgcarousel-name-mising© Office de tourisme de Montfort Communauté
imgcarousel-name-mising© Office de tourisme de Montfort Communauté
imgcarousel-name-mising© Office de tourisme de Montfort Communauté
  • Edouard Guicheteau, mayor of the town from 1853 to 1871, bought for private use the old meadows of the Thabor, possession of the prior Saint Nicolas, to convert them into an English garden. He diverted the Garun to assure the water circulation and planted yews and exotic conifers.
    In 1950, the park was bought by the town and opened to the public.
    The old meadows that stayed wild were then converted into a municipal campsite.
    Montfort's municipal park was fitted out in a relaxing place in...
    Edouard Guicheteau, mayor of the town from 1853 to 1871, bought for private use the old meadows of the Thabor, possession of the prior Saint Nicolas, to convert them into an English garden. He diverted the Garun to assure the water circulation and planted yews and exotic conifers.
    In 1950, the park was bought by the town and opened to the public.
    The old meadows that stayed wild were then converted into a municipal campsite.
    Montfort's municipal park was fitted out in a relaxing place in the heart of the old medieval town.
    With your family, enjoy this natural area and the playground area for the kids.
    Edouard Guicheteau, mayor of the town from 1853 to 1871, bought for private use the old meadows of the Thabor, possession of the prior Saint Nicolas, to convert them into an English garden. He diverted the Garun to assure the water circulation and planted yews and exotic conifers.
    In 1950, the park was bought by the town and opened to the public.
    The old meadows that stayed wild were then converted into a municipal campsite.
  • Environment
    • In the town centre