Going down the steps you arrive in a valley away from the main road.
In Chateaubriand's time, these houses were the only ones in the hamlet. Nazareth...Read more
From this point, we can see, West of Plancoët, Monchoix manor, home of happiness which belonged to Antoine de Bedée, called Bedée the Artichoke.
This manor is private and is not opened to visits.
This is the native home to Chateaubriand's mother: Apolline de Bedée.
François-René de Chateaubruand's...Read more
The small manor Des Portes is rebuilt in the 19th century by the Danican family, St-Malo shipowners. In 1978 it becomes the municipal town-hall after having...Read more
This village already existed during the Middle-Ages. It was kept busy by the markets held every Monday. The Tournemine family had an auditory there, a...Read more
There used to be only the one street in the village, on each side of which were perpendicularly aligned houses called “rangées” (“rows”). These small,...Read more
This « dangerous ford » on the ancient Roman road will give its name to the Port of le Guildo. This favorable site is also a port turned to the sea and...Read more
This old castle is built on a rocky peak at the mouth of the ria. A strategic position since the Arguenon River was a border as well as a way inland.