back at la vallée des saints

Last weekend was the official unveiling of 13 new sculptures at La Vallée des Saints and a very grande fête it turned out to be on a lovely sunny afternoon. There are now over 70 magnificent statues in the fields gazing out over the Breton countryside; each in excess of 3m high and weighing in... Continue Reading →

Return to La Vallée des Saints… 

This quite spectacular sculpture park at Carnoët is a short drive from the sleepy Finistère town of Carhaix and less than an hour from the port of Roscoff. The monumental statues, some over 3m high, are carved from local granite and arranged in a hundred acre park overlooking the picturesque Breton countryside. We'd visited last... Continue Reading →

Maison des Johnnies et de l’Oignon de Roscoff

Bretons really do know their Onions This tiny museum dedicated to the Breton Farmers who first took their delicate pink onions to sell over in England is located in a quiet backstreet in the pretty little port of Roscoff. It tells the story and fortunes of a once lucrative and profitable cross-channel trade whereby farmers... Continue Reading →

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