At the heart of Guerande peninsula, he regional nature park of La Briere spread over 49 000 hectares with 7 000 hectares of marsh.
Second one in France, after the one of Camargue, the regional nature park de la Briere is identified as one of the most rich in Europe on the biological plan, with various flore and faun.
Come into a mysterious and fascinating world, find out a succession of canals, reed bed, wet prairies, peatland, and islands.
It's inboard of a chaland, sharp black barge with flat floor, directed by a pole, that you will discover the beautiful face of this vast area...
The Village of Kerhinet
At the heart of Natural Parc of Briere, the village of Kerhinet is an ancient village populate by farmers and textile workers, completely rebuild from its antique appearance : reed for the roof, stone and earth for the walls, and peat as fuel.
Kerhinet has eighteen authentic restored cottages. One of them is the Stubble Museum devoted to stubble working and traditional Brieron houses.
Every thursday in summer season, a market offers local products, it stands at village of Kerhinet.