Saint-Pierre-ès-Liens Church (1876-1878) is designed by architect Théodore Maignan and Réglain company.
It is built with stones from local quarries.
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Just to catch your breath!
At the Brandefert Hillock you are entering a sensitive natural zone, qualified by scientists as an “exceptional ordinary...Read more
The company makes light wooden packages, mostly for vegetables conditioning.
It is an integrated unity; which means it takes care of the whole...Read more
This church is authentic, just as this popular village during the 19th century, full of artisans and shops.
The fountain in front of you,...Read more
Two hillocks cut by the Rue de l’Abbaye; the hillock of la Janière is the smallest, the panorama it offers on the town is no less interesting.
Plancoët used to have two train stations! One for the tramway that went to le Guildo (brick-made building after the boule fields) and one on the train...Read more
Plancoët is also a port at the back of a ria.
In the middle of the 19th century, the light boats were numerous to dock there and load or unload...Read more
The town has an entrepreneurial culture and some local companies are famous.
Here you can find the exhibition shop of tiles and potteries. This company...Read more
You could say, while being in Plancoët that you are on the sea side, indeed, this dam marks the border between the river side and the maritime side of...Read more