Eglise St Cornély

Landmarks and Historic Buildings

A delightful 17th century church, the Eglise St Cornély is a fine example of Breton Renaissance architecture. There are some stunning paintings underneath the 18th century wooden arches depicting episodes involving St Cornely, Jesus and the Virgin. Outside stands a statue of St Cornély himself, the protector of cattle.

Places to visit nearby

Carnac in Brittany is a small town on the River Crac'h that is most famous for its wealth of pre-historic megalithic monuments, the Carnac Stones.

Quiberon in Brittany is a pretty fishing port at the tip of the slim Quiberon Peninsula.

Located in Morbihan, on the Southern coast of Brittany, the fascinating city of Vannes is an intriguing mix of antiquity and urbanisation

Nearby attractions

Discover the world of the ancients at the Musée de Préhistoire. Wander through time with over 6600 exhibits about the Palaeolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic periods, travelling into the Copper, Bronze and Iron Ages of early...

These incredible stone alignments were created in several stages, some more than 6000 years ago.

The largest of Carnac's 5 beaches, this 2km stretch of exceptionally white sand opens out onto the fine, clear water of the Bay of Biscay. Such a beautiful beach is, of course, popular with tourists and especially during the...