Antrain et Coglès, villages of the rural heritage of Bretagne
The “Communes du Patrimoine Rural de Bretagne” are worth seeing pleasant little towns, with a rich historical and architectural patrimony. They are nice places to spend some time.
■ Antrain, the historical
At the confluence of the Couesnon and Loysance rivers, Antrain (nowadays named with surrouding towns Val-Couesnon) is an anthentic and preserved town. Sine a long time one entry to the Mont-Saint-Michel, the city thrived on the 16th Century. This golden age is still visible today by the town houses, manors and castle (as the chateau de Bonnefontaine).
A circuit on the town centre will lead you to discover its rich heritage.
■ Coglès, full of flowers
Coglès is an ideal area to discover all the charms of the countryside. On foot or by bike, on this little greenery space located at the edge of Normandy, you’ll love visting this town known for its heritage and its certified flowering. Coglès was once the wealthiest town of the Coglais’ area. A hike (Balade de la Potelais) let discover some of the most beautiful examples of architectural heritage in the Coglais.