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    Ramparts of Concarneau

    Distant sails.

    From the ramparts of Concarneau, listed since the end of the 19th century at the same time they were being threatened with destruction, the view takes in the marina, new town and small beach.

    As you follow the view round, don't forget to take a look through the murder holes: you'll see the port, fishing boats and the new tower.

    Once you have returned back down to the walled town, take a stroll along its charming roads and squares. The wine gate through which freshly unloaded cargo used to pass today offers a view of the trawlers.

 
 
    tagged as : Beaches & costal areas, Metropolitan France, 29-Finistère, Brittany, Outstanding Civil Archictecture