Bréal-sous-Montfort is a muncipality in Ille-Et-Vilaine, located near Rennes and around half an hour from Kervallon.
Relax on the banks of the River Meu and enjoy the numerous ponds.
Discover the two castles, historical monuments that are emblems of Bréal sous Montfort: Château du Molant and Château de la Haute-Forêt.
The city of Bréal-sous-Montfort is located in the department of Ille et Vilaine, it can be defined as a city in the heart of the countryside. It is part of the suburbs of Rennes. It is especially famous for being one of the gateways of the country of Brocéliande. A rural town with no less than 57 kms of pedestrian circuits and 20 kms of routes dedicated to mountain bikers. North of the city, you will follow the ponds of Cramoux, lovers of freshwater fishing will be delighted with this place, in which you will enjoy the tranquility and serenity. It is also the opportunity for lovers of hiking, to walk the trails around the ponds. In the heart of Bréal-sous-Montfort, you will admire several examples of noble houses, specifically mansions. They are mansions similar to castles but smaller, they are built with beautiful stones: mansion of Moland, Haye Fossard …
Tourist interests of Bréal-sous-Montfort in Morbihan
Welcome to the country of Brocéliande, universe of magic and legends, that they are about the forest of Paimpont or that of Brocéliande, they shelter mythical stories that one finds in the tales or cartoons for children. Merlin the enchanter is the most famous of all. Originally this place gave birth to Breton legends that were taken and transformed into a story by Walt Disney. But Brocéliande is more than a fairy tale, it is an experience to live with a multitude of possibilities: nature, heritage, history …
Enjoy beautiful walks, cycling, horseback or even electric bike, on more than 200 km of marked circuits. Are you passionate about legends? Sign up for guided walks and tales and give yourself a real moment of reverie.
Brocéliande is also about sport: fishing and nautical activities.
Discover the rich heritage of the places, through its museums, castles and manor houses, religious buildings or megalithic remains.