A peaceful stroll among the delicious thatched houses of this authentic village (and without cars!)
The hamlet was acquired in 1973 by the Parc de la Brière, and completely renovated. A very beautiful achievement since the restorations were carried out in absolute respect of the original state, which had to be revived without modifying or distorting.
It is now a set of eighteen cottages that once made up the village, where, from the washhouse to the bread oven, you are almost surprised not to want to take the inhabitants out of the cottages in their period clothes. It's so well done that it's your shirt that, after a while, seems almost incongruous to you!
Brière Regional Nature Park