"A lovely village with a piecemeal patron saint!" Plouézoc'h by CatherineReichardt

Plouézoc'h Travel Guide: 4 reviews and 6 photos

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Plouézoc'h is one of those delightful little granite villages that Bretagne does so well.

It's probably not the sort of place that you'd go out of your way to visit - unless you have a particular desire to visit the parish church and inspect the unnerving statue of St Melar - son of St Miliau - who was an early Celtic martyr that had the misfortune of ending up in even more pieces than his father!

However, it is somewhere that you'll almost certainly pass through if you decide to visit stupendous Cairn de Barnenez - for my money, the most impressive, atmospheric and picturesque neolithic site that we saw in Bretagne.

If so, then take a few minutes to explore this lovely village, maybe grab a coffee or a bite to eat in a local hostelry or stock up with the makings of a picnic in the local suprmarket. After all, isn't this exactly what you came to Bretagne to experience?

  • Last visit to Plouézoc'h: Jun 2012
  • Intro Updated Aug 21, 2012
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