History and heritage
Larré comes, it seems, from the name of the village of “Lesnaré” (meaning seigneurial course of the Arré). Larré is a dismemberment of the parish of Sulniac. It has for holders St Aignan and St Méen. In the Middle Ages, there were several seigneuries on the territory of Larré, including those of Kerplat, Lesnaré and La Haye (or Haie).
Larré has a rich built heritage: the St Aignan church with a remarkable porch, classified crosses, St Aignan fountain, houses of character, ovens and wells…
In the middle of nature
In the middle of the campaignBy the lake
Larré offers outdoor activities for relaxation, such as fishing on the communal pond, or hiking on the circuit of the Noë des Dames (9.7 km). On this route, you can admire a landscape of hedgerow and wood on a slightly hilly terrain. This circuit is connected (3 km) by marked paths to the circuit of Langroez on La Vraie Croix.
Also enjoy the fishing course “the Arz: The hedge yard “. The Arz meanders among beautiful meadows, it is a somewhat wild place, restful and ideal to recharge.
Saint-Aignan ChurchReligious heritage
Reconstructed in the late 18th century, the church has a porch in front of the south entrance. The bell tower, meanwhile, dates from the nineteenth century.
In front of the church, two crosses classified Monuments Historiques:
The Cross of the Twelve Apostles dates from the XVI th century. Below the cross, Saint Aignan is depicted as a bishop with his miter and crosier.
The Cross of Saint Christopher in the form of four leaves has been moved here. It dates from the seventeenth century and presents on the side of the square, Christ on the cross surrounded by The Virgin and St. John. On the other, St. Christopher carrying Christ.
Ortie Chérie is a small agricultural enterprise located in the small commune of Larré. It was born from the desire to rehabilitate a wild plant that is too often disliked, and yet offers multiple benefits for our health: the nettle!”
Marion ( the owner of the place) works with the nettle in an artisanal way: the leaves are carefully harvested by hand before being dried on racks and then reduced to flakes or powder.
All Nettle Honey products are certified Organic Agriculture by Ecocert.
Larré City Hall
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02 97 67 20 50
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