Things to see and do - Lampaul-Guimiliau
Lampaul-Guimiliau Travel guide
Lampaul-Guimiliau : Michelin's recommendations
Lampaul-Guimiliau is famous for its exceptional parish enclosure and church with wonderful furnishings. Lan means a place devoted to a saint, in this instance a monastery dedicated to St Paul. Guimiliau is derived from gwik, or burgh, and Miliau, the village's patron saint.
Tourist attractions Lampaul-Guimiliau : Things to see and do
8 r. Court F - 29400 Lampaul-Guimiliau
Its architecture mixes the Gothic (bell tower) and Classical styles (sacristy added in 1679). Inside, you'll see the 16C Glory beam, the baptismal vat with its canopy from 1651, a curious 17C font showing two devils struggling in holy water and St. L..
r. Court F - 29400 Lampaul-Guimiliau
It is made up of a triumphal gate, topped by three crosses (1669), a funerary chapel or ossuary (1667) and very simple and mutilated calvary (16C). The funerary chapel houses a Trinity altar, as well as statues of St. Roch, St. Sebastian and St. Pol ..
Rte de Saint Jacques et rue de Guimiliau. F - 29400 LAMPAUL GUIMILIAU
In a pleasant, restful setting, at the heart of tourists' Brittany, an ideal spot for an overnight stay or as the base for travelling in the region.