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  • 1 Cité de la voile Eric-Tabarly Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Base des Sous-marins-Kéroman F - 56100 Lorient

    Following on from the success of Éric Tabarly, this huge museum is dedicated to sailing and ocean racing, with exhibits that range from the design of the very first sailing boats to the world's major yacht races. Interactive exhibitions are organised..

  • 2 Keroman Submarine Base Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    quai Roman F - 56100 Lorient

    The three large blocks that make up the base were built in 1941-43. The largest, Keroman 3, is open to visitors. 170m long and 20m high, it housed submarines with graving docks. After the war, the French Navy took possession of the base and set up th..

  • 3 Fishing port of Keroman

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    r. de l'Ingénieur-Verrières F - 56100 Lorient

    An auction hall 600 metres long (you must see it in the morning when the freshly unloaded fish is sold according to a tradition which is impossible for an outsider to understand). There is a «Sea Station» with a loading bay for lorries heading to des..

  • 4 Church of Notre-Dame-de-Victoire

    Religious buildings

    pl. d'Alsace-Lorraine F - 56100 Lorient

    Built in reinforced concrete, looking over the Alsace-Lorraine Square, this is a successful result of modern urban design. It has a remarkable interior whose rotunda is lit by little yellow and black windows. Notice the Way of the Cross, outline draw..

  • 5 Wooden Park

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    Pt St-Christophe F - 56100 Lorient

    The remnant of a «mast pit» from 1826? That's what they think today: the wood intended for naval building at that time was covered in mud in order to be protected from rotting. Whatever, this field of blackish posts is particularly impressive when ex..

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