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Saint Aignan - a pretty village in a picturesque setting

The village of Saint Aignan in Morbihan, Brittany, is a pretty little village which is set in an equally pretty countryside. The village is only small, yet has some interesting architecture to discover, in addition to its natural splendour. Morbihan enjoys a slightly warmer and sunnier climate than the rest of Brittany too, which is another reason to take a look at Saint Aignan if you are seeking a property in the region.

A few facilities on offer as well as historic buildings

Saint Aignan, for all its diminutive size, has a shop, a couple of bars and a restaurant, making it a very pleasant base for a new life in France. The village also offers some interesting heritage buildings, with mansion houses from the Middle Ages and an historic church.

Sporting and leisure activities on offer

Both the Nantes Brest Canal and the River Blavet run through Saint Aignan, adding to the atmosphere and providing opportunities for sporting and leisure activities. If that were not enough, there is also the lovely Forest of Quénécan and the enormous leisure lake of Guerlédan right beside the village, offering walking, swimming, sailing and cycling.

Discover sheltered beaches and lively seaside towns

If you do drag yourself away from the village and its superb surroundings, all of Brittany is accessible to you to enjoy. The coast of Morbihan has some delightful, sheltered beaches, being unusually south-facing, and the lively little resort towns make for great days out at the seaside. Even the northern coast of the Côtes-d'Armor is accessible in around an hour.

Visit mediaeval Pontivy

Those of you who enjoy browsing the stalls of French street markets can find just such a market very near by at Mur de Bretagne, while the gorgeous mediaeval town of Pontivy is also but a stone's throw away. The department's capital city of Vannes is also well worth a visit.

How to get there

The nearest airports are found at Brest, Rennes and Dinard, and all offer direct flights from the UK. Flybe, Ryanair and Aurigny serve one or other of these airports. The nearest ferry ports are those of St Malo and Roscoff, at around an hour and a half's drive from the village. Meanwhile drivers can find the town close to the big national road the N164, just off the D18.

Property prices and availability in and around Saint Aignan

Morbihan can be a little more expensive than the other Breton departments, but there are many bargain properties on the market at the time of writing, especially in inland towns and villages such as Saint Aignan. They tend to sell quickly, though, so be prepared to move fast if something takes your fancy.

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Saint Aignan AT A GLANCE

WHERE IS Saint Aignan?

Saint Aignan is located in the north-west of France. It lies in the very north of the Morbihan department, right up close to the border with the 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: 629


Access: By air: Fly to Brest, Dinard or Rennes. By ferry: St Malo and Roscoff are the nearest ferry ports. By road: Saint Aignan is found from the D18, near the N164.


Economy: The economy is largely rural.


Interesting fact: Saint Aignan has an Electricity Museum.

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