The 400 hectares of Branguily wood, or the 4000 hectares of the forest of Quénécan, is home to your walks as well as those of the deer, dragonflies and breeding birds. The marked paths will guide you through thickets and forests, composed of oak, beech and softwood. From the rocky chaos of Quénécan, or the bird watching huts along the Branguily lakes, you will share beautiful moments of peace with the little forest people.
From west to east, Pontivy community is punctuated by three rivers. The Saar River flows to the west. The quality of its waters and the protection it offers to the fauna and the flora justify its classification ‘Natura 2000’. The Blavet, more imposing, is a coastal river. It crosses Pontivy Community in the center and joins the ocean in Lorient. The Oust River is the border of the territory. It is a tributary of the Vilaine, which it joins in Redon. These rivers offer exceptional fishing and hiking opportunities.
Lake Guerlédan stretches along the Blavet Valley. At each meander a different facet of its personality is presented. Ideal for walks and swimming with family, it is also the perfect playground for lovers of climbing, water-skiing, rambling and hiking.