Unmissable tourist sites
Landerneau Travel guide
Landerneau : Michelin's recommendations
On the border between Léon and Cornouaille, Landerneau is a little port situated on the estuary of a river, and is also a large regional market. Lan in Breton means that the land is consecrated to a saint – here, we are on the land of St Ernoc or Ternoc. E. Leclerc opened his first hypermarket here in 1949 in a hangar. The expression “du bruit dans Landerneau” (noise in Landerneau) perhaps comes from the hullabaloo that the locals made when widows were remarried.
Tourist attractions Landerneau : Things to see and do
Rue Traverse-des-Boucheries F - 29800 Landerneau
It was built in Kersanton stone and its porch was a model for local parish enclosure builders. The building retains a domed tower from the Renaissance. The famous porch, located on the right-hand side of the church, dates from 1604.
Rue du Pont F - 29800 Landerneau
This bridge is still topped by occupied houses. It certainly looks picturesque, with its corbelled construction and slate-covered façades.
place St-Thomas F - 29800 Landerneau
This 16C building has a bell tower-porch from 1607, with three superposed balconies. The Ossuary Chapel, built opposite in 1635, was once a church. Dependency. There are amusing sculpted string-pieces in the bottom left-hand corner and an interesting..
3, rue du Pontic F - 29800 Landerneau
Located in the beautiful town of Landerneau, Hotel Clos du Pontic offers free Wi-Fi and a warm and friendly welcome in a charming manor house. Brest and its airport are a 15-minute drive away. The Clos du Pontic features elegant guest rooms offering..