Château de Kerjean
Route de Kerjean, 29440 Saint-Vougay, France
About Château de Kerjean
A majestic castle which was fortified inb the 16th century which was located close to the town of Saint-Vougay. It was built for members of the Barbier family. It was damaged during the french revolution and The building was taken into state care in 1911 and restored in the late 20th century. This castle was located in a 20-acre land and there is a beautiful park and there are so many architectural structures.
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One of the beautiful island in the heart of Brittany which was populated by many Callotins. At the turn of the century, farming, fishing, and collecting seaweed were the main activities. The island was Mainly made up of small coves, dunes, gorse, fields, and pastures. It can be accessible on foot or by car at low tide. One of the beautiful tourist attractions which were flourished with natural beauty and it will refresh your mind. The calm and quiet surroundings and the beautiful beach welcomes
A majestic and beautiful chateau that was built in the 16th century. this building has begun its life as a defense and look-out, then became a prison, then a holiday home and a sailing school before nearly falling into ruin in the 1980s. It was classified as a historical monument by decree. One of the beautiful building which paves light to the history of France.
Barnenez is the largest megalithic mausoleum in Europe and also one of the world’s oldest pyramids. It shows light to the ancient history and mystery of the locality. The footprint of the Barnenez cairn takes the form of a trapezoid. The entire monument is 74 meters long and it is one of the earliest megalithic monuments in Europe and one of the oldest man-made structures in the whole world.
Center for Scientific and Technical Exploration of the Sea located at the edge of the Brest harbor With 76 aquariums and pools containing 4 million liters of seawater and housing 10,000 animals. It offers knowledge about the marine environment to the public.
One of the highest lighthouses which as built-in France with 365 steps. It asbuilt in the early 20th century and It belongs to the small village Plouguerneau in the Département Finistère. The inside of the lighthouse is covered in white opal glass tiles, as protection from humidity and dust. the view from the top of this mountain is truly wonderful and the lighthouse is easily accessible from every side. It was one of the main attractions in this area.
A beautiful islet which was located in the commune of Plouguerneau. It is home to the tallest traditional stone lighthouse in Europe. This lighthouse offers a panoramic view of this area and also the vast sea. There is a beautiful coastal path to reach this islet. There is also an Abbey in the island also you can spend a nice time on the beach here.
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