Still referred to as 'Brittany's Easter Island', the Valley of Saints in Carnoët is designed to surprise.
Located in Côtes d'Armor on the fringes of Finistère, this unusual site set at 230 metres above sea level offers visitors a breathtaking view of central Brittany.
This exceptional environment is home to monumental sculptures carved in Breton granite. These stone giants allow visitors to discover Breton culture in relation to Breton saints. The aim of this collaborative project is to install 1,000 artistic works over half a century, the valley presently containing 50 or so. By coming to contemplate the results of this artistic and human adventure, you'll also be able to admire the pretty chapel located down the hill as well as a Gallic fountain.
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