Guide Michelin 2012

LanderneauCity of art and history, Landerneau has preserved its heritage with its ancient inhabited bridge and listed buildings

Landerneau city of Brittany

 

Landerneau and its magnificent inhabited bridge dating back to the XVIth century is the meeting point of river and sea. It is also at the crossroads of Léon and Cornouaille (French Cornwall) counties. The city is full of narrow streets, it has successfully preserved its heritage and history.

Places to visit:

Pont de Rohan, 1510 (Inhabited bridge with shops)
Church of Saint-Thomas (XVIIth century) and church of Saint-Houardon (XVIIth – XIXth centuries)
Saint-Houardon en Léon and Saint-Thomas en Cornouaille quarters : houses dating back XVIth – XVIIIth centuries in Logonna stone
Seneschal House 1664