Things to see and do - Morlaix
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Morlaix Travel guide
Morlaix : Michelin's recommendations
The overriding first impression of Morlaix is the massive viaduct spanning the “River of Morlaix”. The town has a few surprises in store, with its authentic old quarter, its “pont d'allée” or lantern houses, typical of the Léon coastal area, and pleasant streets with craft shops and art galleries.
Tourist attractions Morlaix : Things to see and do
A parish close can be recognised by its closed area comprised of a church, cemetery, generally an ossuary, calvary, outer sacristy and often a monumental or "triumphal" arch or porch. The first major close is that of St-Thégonnec, known for..
Stretching from the Pointe du Bloscon to the Pointe de Diben, Morlaix bay is an enchanting site best discovered at dusk in summer, when the light is magnificent. Sites of interest here include the huge Cairn de Barnenez on the Kernéléhen peninsula, C..
A natural frontier between the Cornouaille and the Léon, the Monts d'Arrée are the highest mountains in Brittany, yet their topmost point is less than 400m. Solitary, barren, covered in heath and often wet, the wild crests and valleys are now protect..
25, Place St Martin F - 29600 Morlaix
Prix Prices from : 42 €
Located in the centre of Morlaix, Hôtel de la Gare is a 3-minute walk from Morlaix Train Station and a 6-minute walk from the Tourism Office. It offers a terrace, free Wi-Fi and individually decorated rooms. Each heated room offers a flat-screen TV ..
75 Rue Ange De Guernisac F - 29600 Morlaix
Hotel Saint Melaine is located in the centre of Morlaix, on the town’s oldest street. It offers soundproofed rooms, a restaurant and bar. Public parking is available nearby. Rooms at Hotel Saint Melaine are equipped with a TV and private bathroom wi..
1 Rue D'aiguillon F - 29600 Morlaix
The Hôtel de l'Europe is ideally located in the heart of Morlaix and it offers modern guest rooms with satellite TV. A buffet breakfast is prepared every morning at the hotel. The guest rooms and suites all have a private bathroom and a work desk. A..
3 rampe Sainte-Melaine F - 29600 Morlaix
This restaurant is one of the oldest in the Eglise St-Mélaine area. The specialities of the chef, whose father was a butcher, are perhaps unsurprisingly meat, offal and the famous kig ha farz (Breton pot-au-feu). But there is also, of course, fish.
4 r. Basse F - 29600 Morlaix
A contemporary bistro in a sleek, no-nonsense decor, located in Morlaix's old town. Enjoy the decidedly contemporary cuisine that evolves with the seasons. The chef proposes a good set menu at lunchtime and the house speciality is roast squab with ca..
35 rue Ange-de-Guernisac F - 29600 Morlaix
This very pleasant crêperie in a picturesque pedestrian area has wooden beams, polished wooden tables and rustic objects. Choose from some 50 savoury buckwheat and sweet pancakes.