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Abbaye de Beauport

Chemin de l'Abbaye, 22500 Paimpol, France

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About Abbaye de Beauport

A beautiful maritime Abbey Built on high ground founded by the Prémonté order in 1202 in Paimpol’s cove. One of the beautiful architectural wonders in this area and also the main pilgrimage centers in this area. You can stroll through the grounds and enjoy the views over marshland, moors, reed beds, and pasture, plus the orchard collections, walled garden, and cloisters. The long chapterhouse is a fine example of the Anglo-Norman Gothic.


Attractions near Abbaye de Beauport

Château de La Roche Jagu10.25km from Abbaye de Beauport

A 15th century beautifully fortified house which was located in the  Ploëzal commune. owned and managed by the Council of the department of the Côtes-d'Armor who restored the castle in 1968. It also has a public park and there are so many exhibitions inside the castle and it is also a venue for concerts and other public events.

Phare de Men Ruz34.72km from Abbaye de Beauport

A beautiful lighthouse which was located in Côtes-d'Armor, France which is still active and it is not open for the public. The structure is made up of  Pink granite and is located in a prime location. It has a lot of history to say and is one of the most visited locations by tourists.

Île-Grande40.57km from Abbaye de Beauport

A beautiful and small island which was located on the north coast of Brittany. There is a prehistoric site in the center of the island which is called as known as Ty-Lia or Ty-ar-C'horrandoned, built in the neolithic times. There are also so many things to explore around this island. These things make this island the main tourist attraction.

Cap Fréhel52.43km from Abbaye de Beauport

Cap Fréhel is a peninsula in Côtes-d'Armor. It is one of the most visited sites in Brittany. Once you get there, you will quickly understand why. Just try to imagine the festival of colors: the grey, red, and black high cliffs and pink sandstones overlooking the deep green water. This incredible site overlooking the Emerald Coast is classified and protected since 1967, and any construction is prohibited. Only two lighthouses are located here, making this place even more enchanting and romantic. 

Fort la Latte55.14km from Abbaye de Beauport

Fort La Latte is a coastal defense fortress with a clear view of the English Channel and the Emerald Coast. The Castle was built between 1340 and 1370 by Étienne III Gouyon, Lord of Matignon.  At present Fort la Latte can be visited for a fee. This impressive castle was built on a small piece of land at the Bay of the Fresnay in the 13th century. Various films have been shot at this site. This is a great castle with a unique keep in a beautiful location. But as it is a well-known tourist destina

Castle Hunaudaye59.91km from Abbaye de Beauport

A beautiful medieval castle which was built in the 13th century and it belongs to the Tournemine family at the heart of the forest in Côtes-d'Armor. Now the castle has been restored by the state and is now open for visitors. There are so many things to see in and around this castle and there is a 3D film to help you understand this fortress' history. It has been classified as a Historic Monument since 1922.

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Brittany is the farthest west of the regions of Metropolitan France. It is named after the historic and geographic region of Brittany