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Ville Close de Concarneau

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Travel back in time

We were taken here by friends on a recent visit to Brittany. You enter the area across a causeway... read more

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585Rodney585
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Farnborough, United Kingdom
Loved seeing the Ramparts

This small island is the founding place for Concarneau. A fortified island, designed by Vauban, it... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
mitch w
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Bordeaux, France
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All reviewswalled townville closeshops and restaurantsold townnarrow streetsthe main streethidden gemworth a visitmusicians playingbit touristylots of places to eatfishing museumlarge numberlots of parkinggreat place to visitfew hoursplant shop
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Reviewed today

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

Thank 585Rodney585
Reviewed 1 week ago

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

Thank mitch w
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

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

Thank mrsbake1
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

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

Thank HenryfromHorley
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is a lovely location. We parked in a large car park just up from here and it was reasonably priced unlike back home. The machine works in English in case you are unsure plus you can make card payments if required. It was extremely...More

Thank iangodfrey22
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you are in the area, this is a great place to visit. Some real wow sights, and walking into the Ville from the bridge gives a real sense of the past. Shame there are so many typical tourist shops selling overpriced tat.

1  Thank BDRedruth
Reviewed 15 August 2018 via mobile

Very impressive fort with narrow streets and panoramic views from the walls. Very popular and totally full of tourist shops and eateries but still worth a slow walk through. It is possible to avoid the crowds by going down some of the side streets or...More

Thank curlytail55
Reviewed 12 August 2018

I last visited as a child in 1982 and still remembered it. It is a free to visit small walled city on an island reached by a narrow bridge. Bigger than you realise and with atmosphere and history. Yes it is touristy now and my...More

Thank re_potts66
Reviewed 8 July 2018 via mobile

Small pretty walled city although quite touristy. Lovely setting in the marina. Worth walking around fhe ramparts for good views around the town. Two hours for a visit is sufficient unless you choose to go into the museum du peche as well.

Thank Jasmine101Surrey
Reviewed 26 June 2018 via mobile

Lovely day out interesting old town lots of tourists shops within the the old walls. We took a ferry across for €1..00 each had a little walk around nice little church. Also it was market day when we visited

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Ellej1024
11 September 2016|
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Response from Thomas F | Reviewed this property |
The shops have little quality, and you will not miss a lot.
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Alison S
27 June 2016|
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It is.. we visited on a sunday.
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