Pluvigner Travel Guide

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    natural tree by the chimney
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  • the natural Christmas tree and the gifts
    the natural Christmas tree and the gifts
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    left side looking from the house
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Pluvigner Things to Do

  • Fontaine de Saint Guigner

    the fontaine de St Guigner right in town of Pluvigner, our town. The fontaine Saint Guigner dates from 1526 AD. It is located at the crossing of the rue des Fontaines ,and rue du Tanin. You can go by city center or easier go by the road D768 to rue des Fontaines right and the fountain is immediately on your left. The leyend of this fountain is that...

  • Church of Saint Guigner

    Pluvigner is a country town small on road D768 amongst others. It has a nice church or église de Saint Guigner; founder of the town. It is mostly from the 16C as one sable stone on the north side tells you it was in 1545 when built. However, it has been found traces on the building that is even older. The antique tower and bell were done in 1781....

  • Chapel St Guenael

    The area has plenty of chapels and this is one of the main one, Chapelle Saint Guénaêl, and very close to my house;it sits on a hill along the road, surrounded by private homes/properties to keep out, but a nice space with plenty of parking. You need a car to get here. There is a small fountain outside crown with a cross of Jesus.A bit of history...


Pluvigner Restaurants

  • traditional Breton cuisine

    This is pure tradition breton and more. The food with special roasted open pit pigs twice a week, and local country ambiance. Tucked in a nice quaint street in town, with all locals as from afar too come,and I recommend you do too when passing by here.You ,also,have local beer duck'ale done and serve here and you can take home foods!!Open for lunch...

  • real local food and pizzas

    well just out of town and finally pictures, but we walk from our house to city center and had lunch at our first meal in town. And you see in French this little restaurant was a finalist for the pizza competition in Tour mars France in 2010, and 7th place in the world at the Rome pizza competition for foreign restos!!!member of the French pizza...

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Pluvigner Transportation

  • Driving in Pluvigner

    Driving here is very easy, small town but wow so many roads you are always near the next town and out into the expressway.The easiest is the road D768 that comes from the expressway N165 going to the beaches of Carnac, Quiberon, La Trinité sur Mer, etc etc. and up to St Brieuc in the north.Sort of like east west you have the D16 that too comes thru...

  • how to get in and out of Pluvigner

    the best way to come by here is by car, but there is a bus TIM no 5 that comes from Baud all the way to Vannes train station and bus station at pl de la liberation. tickets are 2€ or a carnet of 10 for 15€ use on the same line 5the rests are school buses. the bus...

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Pluvigner Shopping

  • le Marché

    well a town in France would not be it without the marché or the market days. We Enjoy ours as it is about 500 meters from our house.The market is here is at Place Saint Michel, the one next to the mayor's office or mairie. Its a small market and we found meats a bit more expensive than in others but still the experience is nice and you get to know...

  • country garden store Comptoir Village

    This is your local garden country shop, where all your friendly folks from the farms gather and share ideas, also very helpful staff. It is the closest to our home, and its a home away now ::)They have food from the farms like wine, honey,jellies, cookies, etc, plus garden tools, fertilisers, and insect repellents, farm tools, and flower pots, all...

  • foreign chain in the country

    This is a German chain all over here, and we have one about 300 meters from our house. Its a typical low price grocery store of in house brands mostly from Germany ,Sweden, and Spain based products.The prices are right, the quality you need to check the quality/price ratio.Its a big size grocery store, I say the second biggest in the area, and as...


Pluvigner Local Customs

  • old collecteurs cars, motos, utility...

    This is an event that goes on every year, and I was told about by the Neighbors so it seems very popular around here.Its the AMECA old collectibles car show and display, with minituares to real cars on both occasions.The one on the road for the real motor vehicles is on every june in by the place St Michel. What is AMECA, (friends of modelists and...

  • La galette des rois chez moi

    This is all over France, and it is something we follow religiously. Tradition has it that it is the opportunity to 'shoot the Kings' to the epiphany: a bean is hidden in the cake and the person who gets the bean becomes the King of the day and has the right to wear a Crown of fantasy. In the commercial circuit, in the second half of the 20th...

  • Christmas in my house

    Christmas is important not only for the day but for life; its a way of life that traces my origins and tells me who am I.No matter which country I have lived or be a Citizen of, Christmas has always mark the day of rememberance for those we love and gone and those we love and still with us. For all the moments in our lives we spent in...


Pluvigner Off The Beaten Path

  • Church of Saint Bieuzy

    This is a lieu-dit part of the town of Pluvigner, where I live now. there is a wonderful Church of Saint Bieuzy , small typical looking chapel like so many in Brittany. This one is high on a hill overlooking the Loch plateau,and better park at the bottom and walk up as the Streets are very narrow and steep difficult for a turnaround. A bit of...

  • Abbaye de Lanvaux

    the Abbaye de Lanvaux, this is private property, but full of history. When the local rebels ,the Chouans, gathered here with General Cadoudal (of Auray) , waiting for the immigrant breton to arrive from England by Quiberon, this is where they camp out. Unfortunately the landing was discovered , and the link up never happened, instead many...

  • Chapelle ND de la Miséricorde

    the Chapelle Notre Dame de la Miséricorde; it is a chapel from 1600 AD; as there are many around here and I am just beginning to know my new area; slow by the business travels and house work. The Chapel of Our Lady of the Miséricorde is located in the village way rural village of Kerven-Miséricorde on the South-East side of the town of Pluvigner....


Pluvigner Sports & Outdoors

  • Sport complex Goh Lanno

    This is an entire sports complex, magnificently done, with all amenities and near my house here.There is 2 buildings located on the sports complex of the Goh Lanno which consists of 2 halls of handball, basketball, volleyball, tennis, roller skating,and ...They also contain 1 dojo (judo, karate...), 1 dance (Breton classical...) as well as a...

  • See Football, Volleyball,and Rugby

    The town has teams playing in third fourth division and honor categories here in football, volleyball,and rugby. so if passing by feel free to check the schedules and cheer locally my new town's teams. site

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  • Chateau de Kerlois

    I put it here because this is a private property, only open briefly on heritage days in September, otherwise ,its not open to the public. HOwever, its Worth mentioning that in my area we have great castles with lots of history and beautiful properties. are there above, of course...

  • Chateau de Kéronic

    I put it here because this is a private property, only open briefly on heritage days in September, otherwise ,its not open to the public. HOwever, its Worth mentioning that in my area we have great castles with lots of history and beautiful properties. are there above, of course...

  • Again walk Pluvigner

    We took our real first walk as a family today in town, just walking around on a quiet Sunday, visiting some central town areas and walking along its residential areas and schools. Very nice all so clean and neat with big houses and large patios , its a thrill to do so.I always said the best way to know a city is to walk, whether it is as a visitor...


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