Welcome to Rochefort-en-Terre

Its picture-book perch on a rocky outcrop above the River Gueuzon is equally enchanting, though it can be packed in summer. As befits any medieval Breton town, it also boasts a lovely castle, which is sadly not open to the public, but is home to the eccentric sci-fi/fantasy Naia Museum in one of its out-buildings. The town's superb church was originally built in the 10th century.

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