Dol-de-Bretagne Travel guide
Dol-de-Bretagne : Michelin's recommendations
The traditional seat of Brittany’s bishops, Dol is sited in a cliffside location which in the 10C was on the seashore. Today there is a fine view from the top, of the whole region fromCancale to Mont-St-Michel. Halfway between the latter and St-Malo, Dol offers visitors a rich architectural heritage: the Gothic cathedral of St Samson has fine 13C stained glass; half-timbered houses; and old private residences.
Tourist attractions Dol-de-Bretagne : Things to see and do
place de la Cathédrale F - 35120 Dol-de-Bretagne
This huge Gothic-style edifice which bears the name of the first bishop of Dol-de-Bretagne , was built in the 12C and 13C but additional ongoing work was not completed until the 16C. On the outside of the building, on the south side, you will notice..
4 place de la Cathédrale F - 35120 Dol-de-Bretagne
This exhibition, housed in the former episcopal palace of Dol-de-Bretagne , has a rather sober take on the history of the cathedral. There is no collection to speak of but the museum brings you closer to the subject with a run-down of the constructi..
17, place Chateaubriand. F - 35120 DOL DE BRETAGNE
Four generations of the same family have successively run this 2-star hotel, full of character. Traditional cuisine made with local produce from the land and the sea...