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  • 1 Tour of the parish closes Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    F - 29600 Morlaix

    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..

  • 2 Morlaix bay Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    F - 29600 Morlaix

    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..

  • 3 Monts d'Arrée Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    F - 29201 Morlaix

    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..

  • 4 Musée de Morlaix - Couvent des Jacobins Interesting

    Museums and art

    pl. des Jacobins F - 29600 Morlaix

    This museum stands on the site of the Jacobins church, which has preserved a fine early-15C rose window in its chevet. Two temporary exhibitions a year are held here, alternating with themed presentations from the museum's permanent collections, whic..

  • 5 Viaduct Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    pl. Cornique F - 29600 Morlaix

    There is a good view of the monument (58m high and 285m long) from the Place des Otages. With its 14 arches it seems to crush the entire town.

  • 6 Musée de Morlaix -Maison à Pondalez Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    9 Grand'Rue F - 29600 Morlaix

    This completely restored timber-framed house is one of the few that have been preserved in the town. Its rooms highlight the layout of these houses as well as the development of the town over the centuries. The room on the second floor is dedicated t..

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  • 11 Grand'Rue

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Grand'Rue F - 29600 Morlaix

    In the old part of Morlaix, the street is lined with old houses decorated with small statues of saints and grotesques. These are often the so-called lantern houses«, particular to Morlaix: the central enclosed interior room reaching as high as the at..

  • 12 Rue Ange-de-Guernisac

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    r. Ange-de-Guernisac F - 29600 Morlaix

    Note the half-timbered houses with overhanging upper storeys at nos 5,6, 9 and 13. The street is lined with handicraft shops and galleries selling paintings by local artists and gives onto the Créou and Son alleyways. Take a stroll through these alle..

  • 13 Queen Anne's House

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    33 r. du Mur F - 29600 Morlaix

    This fine 16C house with three overhanging storeys has a façade decorated with statues of saints and grotesques. Its courtyard is illuminated by a large glass roof. Note the winding staircase with statues of saints sculpted in the body of the pillar ..

  • 14 Church of St Matthew

    Religious buildings

    2 r. Daumesnil F - 29600 Morlaix

    This transformable statue, thought to date from the 14C, represents the Virgin Mary feeding the Child when closed. When opened, however, it reveals the Holy Trinity.

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