HUELGOAT, in the belly of Brittany

Huelgoat, located in the heart of the Finistère and the Monts d'Arrée, is often considered the first historical town in Finistère, it is located on the edge of a 15 hectare lake, near the Chaos Mill, it flows into the Silver River (which owes its name to the silver mines exploited until the end of the 19th century) and which extends under piles of granite rocks that shelter the Devil's Cave.
A land of legends, Huelgoat is in the centre and belly of Brittany, where it combines water, granite and the trees of its forests, in which Victor Segalen has died, the circumstances of which remain unexplained.
It is also where Jack Kerouac's ancestor is said to have come from and it is highly appreciated by the English who have formed a real community there.