Religious Monuments

L'Église Saint-Pierre et Saint-Paul (Church of St Peter and St Paul)

Part of the church was built in the 12th century, using material recovered from Roman ruins.

La Chapelle des Marins (Sailors' Chapel)

Built in 1867, replacing a shrine dating from the 12th century, it became a place of worship for seafaring folk; Ex-Voto, statue of Our Lady?

La Chapelle de Saint-Pabu (St Pabu Chapel)

Dates from the end of the 19th century. Built to replace the ruins of a 16th century building. Guided tours depending on the calendar. A traditional festival at the Chapel is held on the 3rd Sunday of July.

Free guided tours at 10:30 on 15, 22 and 29 July, and 4 , 12, 19 and 26 August . The chapel is open every Saturday afternoon from April to mid-October from 14h to 18h30 with free access. Traditional festival around the chapel July 19, 2015 .

La Chapelle Saint-Michel (St Michel Chapel),

whose origins go back to the 12th century, is built on an island. Work by a friends' association has enabled the recent restoration work. Guided tours depending on the calendar. Saint Michel island is linked to the coast by a natural pebble causeway covered by the sea at high tide.

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