L’Art au fil de la Rance is an itinerary of in situ artistic installations where you can discover the town’s incredible architecture and natural heritage sites along the Rance River
For its 6th edition, the guest artist is Denis Monfleur. His powerful works echo the megaliths of Brittany and are sculpted in hard stone, like granite, and those resulting from magma, like basalt and diorite. Monumental, staid heads, totemic figures and polished monoliths are interspersed along a circuit that runs through the centre of town to the Chapelle de La Souhaitier.
Do not miss
Where to eat
– Les Causettes: Restaurant, tea salon
– La Cale gourmande: A village grocery store and wine cellar, organic butchery-charcuterie (from La Richandais, 10 minutes from Plouër).
– Les Jardins Maraichers des Bords de Rance (market gardens): Organic vegetables and fruit grown in permaculture, picked just before the sale and charming guest rooms.
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