Concornet and its castle
Concoret is a typical village with red schist houses, in central Brittany, in the region of Brocéliande.
You'll find an extraordinary oak tree of about 1.000 years with a circumference of 9m60, callled the "Guillotin's oak".
To visit: the castle of Comper that houses the "Centre de l’Imaginaire Arthurien". This centre offers a yearly exhibition on two levels, with six scenographies, accessories, customes, information and images around the legend of King Arthur.
The legend tells us that the castle's lake hides the crystal palace of Vivien, built by Merlin. Lancelot, taken away from his mither by Vivien, grew up here until he left for King Arthur's court...