In the Neolithic Age (between 6000BC and 2200BC in France), prehistoric men progressively began moving away from their roaming lifestyle in order to settle down in one place. Crops and animal farming began to develop, as well as the use of pottery and new tools. In Séné, the oldest traces of human occupation date from this period. Megaliths, made from several large rocks piled on top of each other, can be seen in Gornevèze and on the isle of Boëde.

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All about the water

From farm to farm

History of salt

Industrial heritage

Local life

Manor houses and beautiful estates

Maritime professions


Natural heritage

Passages between land and sea

Religious heritage

Shops and bistrots

Sinagot celebrations

Some anecdotes of Séné

Traditional games and sports

Dolmen of Gornevèze

Du breton dol et men signifiant « table de pierre…