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  • 1. Château de Keriolet

    Beuzec-Conq

    The village of Beuzec-Conq, just outside Concarneau, is home to the Château de Keriolet—a fairy-tale, neo-Gothic extravaganza dating to the 19th century that Walt Disney...Read More

  • 2. Grand Eléphant et Galerie de les Machines de l’île

    Île de Nantes

    Had Jules Verne (a son of Nantes) and Leonardo da Vinci somehow got together when they were both in a particularly whimsical frame of mind,...Read More

  • 3. Ville Close

    Sitting in the middle of Concarneau's harbor, topped by a cupola–clock tower, and entered by way of a quaint drawbridge, the fortress-islet of the Ville...Read More

  • 4. Base de Sous-Marins Keroman

    Built by the Nazis during World War II, this submarine base is the world's largest 20th-century fort. Thirty submarines could be comfortably housed in the...Read More

  • 5. Basilique St-Sauveur

    Embracing a range of architectural styles, Basilique St-Sauveur has a Romanesque south front, a Flamboyant Gothic facade, and Renaissance side chapels. The old trees in...Read More

  • 6. Bois d'Amour

    One glance at these leafy, light-dappled woods, a bit north of Pont-Aven's town center, will make you realize why artists continue to come here. Past...Read More

  • 7. Casino

    Occasionally you see high stakes on the tables at La Baule's casino....Read More

  • 8. Casino

    The main nightlife activity in town is at the casino....Read More

  • 9. Cathédrale St-Corentin

    Brittany’s second-largest cathedral (surpassed size-wise only by the one in Dol-de-Bretagne) is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture enlivened by luminous 15th-century stained glass. Legendary King...Read More

  • 10. Cathédrale St-Pierre

    A late-18th-century building in Classical style that took 57 years to construct, the Cathédrale St-Pierre looms above Rue de la Monnaie at the west end...Read More

  • 11. Cathédrale St-Pierre

    A panoply of medieval art, St-Pierre boasts a 1537 Renaissance chapel, a Flamboyant Gothic transept portal, and a treasury....Read More

  • 12. Cathédrale St-Pierre–St-Paul

    One of France's last Gothic cathedrals, this was begun in 1434—well after most other medieval cathedrals had been completed. The facade is ponderous and austere,...Read More

  • 13. Cathédrale St-Vincent

    Originally founded in the 12th century, the Cathédrale St-Vincent represents an eclectic range of architectural styles. Inside you can pay homage to Jacques Cartier—who set...Read More

  • 14. Château

    At the edge of the ramparts sits a 15th-century château, its keep and watchtowers commanding an impressive view of the harbor and coastline. It contains...Read More

  • 15. Château

    The stolidly built, fortresslike Château, at the end of the Promenade des Petits Fossés, has a two-story tower and a 100-foot, 14th-century donjon (keep) containing...Read More

  • 16. Château de Combourg

    Chateaubriand, an icon of the Romantic Era, grew up in the thick-walled, four-tower Château de Combourg. Topped with "witches' cap" towers that the poet likened...Read More

  • 17. Château de Vitré

    Rebuilt in the 14th and 15th centuries to protect Brittany from invasion, the fairy-tale, 11th-century Château de Vitré—shaped in an imposing triangle with fat, round...Read More

  • 18. Château des Ducs de Bretagne

    Built by the dukes of Brittany, who had no doubt that Nantes belonged in their domain, this moated 15th-century château looks well preserved, despite having...Read More

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  • 19. Citadelle Vauban

    Your first stop on Belle-Île will most likely be Le Palais, the island’s largest community. As you enter the port, it’s impossible to miss the...Read More

  • 20. Cité des Télécoms

    Five kilometers (3 miles) east of Trébeurden is the Parc du Radôme, site of the giant white radar dome, whose 340-ton antenna captured the first...Read More

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