Partly dating from the 16th century, two granite lions guard the entrance. The building has, on the north wall of the nave, carvings in the shape of fern leaves or a fish bone which would probably date from the Roman period of the 11th century.
The circuit follows the Vaunoise River for some time and goes through the countryside of Pleumeleuc.
The Vaunoise river, 32 km long, crosses the North East of the district and is a steep-sided valley.
Grocery store offering fresh products, liquids, sweet grocery, salt grocery, gifts.
The livestock farming is labeled "race blonde d'Aquitaine". Registered laboratory.
Several marked paths follow the banks of the Vaunoise River.
Diversified menu of Mexican or traditional specialities.
Pleumeleuc was a former early parish which included the towns of Bédée, Breteil, Clayes, Le Lou-du-Lac and La Nouaye. During the 11th century, the parish of Pleumeleuc was given to the Benedictine monks of Saint-Melaine Abbey.