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Artisan shops of Josselin

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Artisan shops of Josselin

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Rue Oliver de Clisson, Josselin France
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A unique Heritage Pass to discover France and Belgium through more than 400 monuments for a year. From Brittany to Burgundy, from Wallonia to Occitania, hundreds of castles, museums, abbeys, park and gardens open their doors to you.<br>The Solo Heritage Pass is valid by name for one person only. It is strictly personal and non-transferable once activated.<br>The Heritage Pass allows you to book free of charge entries to partner monuments for one year.<br>The activation period is three months from the date of purchase.<br>Beyond this period it is still possible to activate the Heritage Pass but the period of validity will be started.<br>For the guide and the languages, each of the 400 partner monuments has its own rules.<br>
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Martin_Lancs wrote a review Aug 2019
Burnley, United Kingdom965 contributions222 helpful votes
On out latest visit to Josselin we noticed a few changes to the local craft / artist shops. Old ones frequently close down and new ones pop up, especially in summer. The antique lighting shop has closed but a new glass etching shop has opened. Also, in the main street a bit further up from the church is a new local artist shop, housing a collection of different artists' work under one roof. Included was wood carving, pottery, glassware, and all manner of other items. On a Saturday, one of the artisan's was sat outside carving wood.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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michael_smith56 wrote a review Mar 2018
Puyallup, Washington1,106 contributions208 helpful votes
The half timbered medieval builds in the old town of Josselin, house a number of tourist type shops along with the typical restaurants, bakers, butchers, etc. Some of the buildings have been nicely restored but some are showing the effects of time. The tourist shops are pretty much typical offering the typical souvenirs. The overall medieval feel of the village is impressive and well worth the visit.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Helene M wrote a review Jan 2018
Brisbane, Australia104 contributions35 helpful votes
It was really nice to see leather products still being hand made. The quality was quite good. The range was limited but items were attractive, with some novelty items (falconry gauntlet) and some small items great as gifts.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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organicgirl48 wrote a review Aug 2017
Golden, Canada233 contributions75 helpful votes
I wanted the leather bag hanging from the sign. It was beautiful and I truly regret not being able to buy something in this stunning shop
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Fiona F wrote a review Jul 2017
Andover, United Kingdom45 contributions31 helpful votes
Fantastic selection of Breton pottery bowls with names on and all other souvenirs. Centrally placed shop full of delightful merchandise.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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