Things to see and do - Saint-Thégonnec
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Saint-Thégonnec Travel guide
Saint-Thégonnec : Michelin's recommendations
Saint-Thégonnec is famous for its parish enclosure. The village’s inhabitants prospered through horse-breeding and textiles, and commissioned artists to create religious artworks. From the 15C to the beginning of the 18C, they continuously embellished the enclosure, creating one of Brittany’s finest examples in the process.
Tourist attractions Saint-Thégonnec : Things to see and do
r. du Calvaire F - 29410 Saint-Thégonnec
This Calvary dating from 1610 is an admirable piece of work. On the base are groups of figures illustrating scenes from the Passion. In a niche is a statue of St Thegonnec, accompanied as always by a wolf. The platform is surmounted by a cross with t..
pl. de l'Église F - 29410 Saint-Thégonnec
The monument is crowned with superimposed lanterns (1587). This «gateway of the dead», a transition between life on earth and the spiritual world, was used for religious or funeral processions.
pl. de l'Église F - 29410 St-Thégonnec
Often called the ossuary, the chapel was built from 1676 to 1682. In the crypt under the altar is a superb polychrome Entombment of Christ . The oak St Sepulchre (1699-1702) with carved figures was the work of the Breton sculptor, Jacques Lespaignol..
The calm of the hotel and the freshness of our cooking ensure that you will retain pleasant memories of your stay at the Auberge Saint-Thégonnec. Our rooms are equipped with full bathroom facilities, WC, television and direct-dial telephone and look ..
6 pl. de la Mairie F - 29223 Saint-Thégonnec
After visiting the area's outstanding religious architecture, this pleasant inn is an inviting option for lunch or dinner. Simplicity and tradition combine harmoniously on the menu.