The Greeters for Séné (GPS) are local residents who take you on a walking tour of the town, its heritage sites, trails, and landscapes…
The GPSs aren’t guides: they talk with ease and complete subjectivity about the Séné that they know and love, and want to share with others.
Several themes are offered to suit the greeter’s personality and interests.
A free activity, offered during the summer season (upon request in the low season).
Go and explore the isle of Boëde and the village of Gornevèze with Pascal
► From Monday to Friday at 10am (subject to the tides), duration: roughly 2.5 hours.
Explore La pointe du Bill and Moustérian with Evelyne et Daniel
►Mondays from 9:30am to 11:30am.
Follow the Saint-Armel Passage trail between Montsarrac and La Garenne with Nadine et Antoine
► Tuesdays from 9:30 am to 11:30 am.
Walk along Mancel Bay from Bilherbon to La Pointe du Bill, via Ozon, with Marie et Evelyne
► Wednesdays at 2:30 pm, duration: roughly 1.5 hours.
Explore the village and its coastlines with Michel
► Wednesdays at 4pm, duration: roughly 1.5 hours.
Discover Port-Anna – the last fishing port in the Gulf – with Jean-Yvon
► Thursdays from 10am to 11:30 am.
Let Jean-Paul tell you the legends of Barrarac’h and the story of ‘the devil’s foot’
► Thursdays at 3pm, duration: roughly 2 hours.
Visit the Saint-Patern church and climb up the bell tower to admire the view with Yves-Jean
► Fridays at 10am or 2pm, duration : roughly 1.5 hours.
► During the summer, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
► From 13th July to 28th August at Point Info – Place de la Fraternité – +33 (0)2 97 66 93 79
► During the ‘Pot des Estivants’ event, every Sunday at 11:45am in front of the town hall
Groups of 9 people maximum.