The Kerguéhennec estate : bought by the General Council in 1972, the "Petit Versailles breton" was built by the architect Olivier Delourme. Over the centuries, these families have lived there: the Rohan-Chabot, Lanjuinais, d'Humières... The best known, Count Henri Lanjuinais was mayor of Bignan, general councillor, deputy and president of the General Council of Morbihan. The estate includes more than 45 ha of park (and ponds) designed by Denis Bühler. Today, the site is dedicated to contemporary art.
Permanent sculptures are installed in the park and exhibitions can be seen in the wings of the castle.
The Trinity Chapel : rebuilt in the middle of the 19th century and restored in 1966 by the department after the purchase of the estate, it is now disused. A mass is celebrated there every year on the feast of Saint Christopher. A fountain and a basin surrounded by a low wall are visible below.
Localisation du point de départ Sports hall - 56500 BIGNAN