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Ménéac - an ideal base for exploring Brittany

If you want to get to know all that the incredible department of Brittany has to offer, you might well consider basing yourself in the little village of Ménéac. Set to the north of the Morbihan department, it lies inland amid beautiful countryside and historic towns, yet is within easy reach of the coast. With Rennes and Nantes not far away too, it's easy to reach from the UK.

Historic Ménéac

Ménéac is an historic village, as you may have come to expect of Brittany. It has Neolithic roots as well as heritage from the Gallo Roman and Mediaeval periods. One of its most interesting features is the Menhir de Comblot, a standing stone of mysterious origins. The Chapelle de la Riaye is a classified historic monument in Ménéac, while modern times have brought two groups of tall aeoliennes or wind generators, to mark out the landscape and to provide sustainable energy.

Amenities on offer

The village is fairly small and traditional in character, yet has a handy selection of shop, bars and cafés. Josselin, with a much larger array of shops and supermarkets, is just around 20 minutes distant.

Play golf at Ploermel and visit mediaeval Josselin

The beauty of Brittany is that nowhere in the region is too far from anywhere else! You can reach the coast and its stunning beaches and lively resorts within an hour from Ménéac. Nearby Ploermel, a little to the south of the village, offers a superb leisure lake and golf course, whilst a 20 minute drive takes you to mediaeval Josselin, with a wealth of things to do and see.

Explore the Forest of Lanouée and discover picturesque villages

Nature lovers and walkers can spend many hours exploring the Forest of Lanouée. In fact, the area is a treasure trove of historic monuments, picturesque villages, bustling market towns and all manner of sports and leisure opportunities. City days discovering Rennes and Nantes are also highly recommended.

How to get there

Nantes and Rennes both offer airports with flights from the UK. St Malo is the nearest ferry port to Ménéac, with a drive of around an hour and a quarter taking you from the ferry to your destination. Trains will get you from the Eurostar station in Paris to Rennes, however, to enjoy the area to the full from a base in Ménéac, a car is advisable. The village lies on the D793, the nearest major road being the N164.

Property prices and availability in and around Ménéac

Morbihan is a perennially popular department, but you might be surprised at just how far your money will stretch when it comes to property. It's a great place to own a holiday home, or even to set up a permanent base in Brittany. Look out for typically Breton properties such as longères, as these are always a good investment.

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Ménéac AT A GLANCE

WHERE IS Ménéac?

Ménéac is situated in the north-west of France. It lies in the north-east of the Morbihan department, close to the border with Côtes d'Armor.

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IN THE REGION OF BRITTANY

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IN THE DEPARTMENT OF MORBIHAN

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Population: 1,546


Access: By air: Fly to Nantes or Rennes. By boat: The port of St Malo is the nearest of the ferry ports. By rail: Travel by Eurostar to Paris, then link to Rennes. By road: The town lies on the D793. The nearest major road is the N164.


Economy: The local economy is mainly agricultural. Small commerce is in the village.


Interesting fact: Ménéac has a mysterious standing stone, the Menhir de Comblot.

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