At the bottom of a deep valley sluicing through northeastern Finistère, Morlaix is a good-looking town that makes a fine gateway to the coast. The narrow, finger-like town centre is filled with ancient half-timbered houses that spill down to a small port at the end of a large coastal inlet. Towering above all else is an imposing, arched 58m-high viaduct, dating from 1861 – it's a truly astonishing sight.
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