Just to catch your breath!
At the Brandefert Hillock you are entering a sensitive natural zone, qualified by scientists as an “exceptional ordinary biodiversity spot” where over 795 species of animals can be found.
It’s the drainage basin of Plancoët Natural Spring Water and one of the reasons of its purity.
Right at the beginning of the descent, on top of the field, you’ll have a beautiful panoramic view (as illustrated by the picture at the start of the itinerary), the Arguenon River facing you, and on either side: westerly: Plancoët, easterly: Nazareth, which became one single village in 1841.
Beware, this is a private property.
Taking this path is under your responsibility.
Go left at the top of the hillock (2), 50m, then left path going down to the spring (3). At the middle of the slope, a panorama opens itself on the town.