Cornouaille is the westernmost part of Brittany, roughly equivalent to the Finistère département. The name of this province of Brittany is similar to the British Cornwall area. It is the area with the most cliffs, wild moors and other authentically breton environments.
This cross shaped peninsula is located at the very tip of Brittany, in the westernmost area of France.
Pays des Enclos Paroissiaux
From the 15th to 17th century, central Finistère had a period of unusual prosperity thanks to the trade of linen canvas.
As people from this area were quite devout, a large part of the money...
Abbey of Daoulas
The Abbey of Daoulas is a very old institution. There was first a monastery there in... 550. It was then destroyed by Norman invasions and new traces of its existence are only found in the 12th...