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All reviews walled town ville close shops and restaurants old town worth a visit the main street narrow streets hidden gem ice cream musicians playing lovely place to visit bit touristy same price crepes lots of places to eat fishing museum no doubt
Although at first glance it seems that this is just another fort, when you cross the moat to the entrance, it takes on a different feeling.
There were musicians playing in the courtyard and lovely flowers growing there.
You then pass through the entrance, you...More
Lovely place to visit as a tourist. It really is a tourist destination with gift shops and individual clothes shops. The catering was surprisingly good, even a simple gallette was delicious andthe local ciders were good but highly priced as one would expect.
We visited Concarneau before we went to St. Malo. Although much smaller and less impressive, we enjoyed it a bit more. We walked all along the ramparts, enjoying the views, and also visited some of the shops. There was a store selling plants that was...More
Concarneau is a beautiful walled city that is something that you should visit if you are in the area. Be sure to climb up on the fortifications for some spectacular views. The main street, however, is laden with the usual tourist shops, but if you...More
From the outside, or from the air, this is a fortification that demands respect (helicopter views when the Tour passed through in July were spectacular) The visit at ground level reveals a very touristy place that doesn't satisfy at all.
The remparts are free to...More
We were taken here by friends on a recent visit to Brittany. You enter the area across a causeway and were immediately greeted by a group playing some music which stopped us in our tracks as it was a pleasant sound. Tearing ourselves away we...More
This small island is the founding place for Concarneau. A fortified island, designed by Vauban, it defended the port for centuries and several wars. Today, the interior of the walls are a bit like Downtown Disney, lots of shops and Bistros. Even if the off...More
We spent a few hours in the beautiful walled fortification, lots of shops to brows and some lovely p.aces to eat, you can walk around the top of the walks, lovely views, only visited in September but I should think it would be very busy...More
It has been a walled town. Most of the buildings are very old, although inevitably and probably necessarily, many of them now house shops and restaurants catering for tourists, although many locals use them too and people still live there.
It can get crowded when...More