In the town centre’s steep streets, some ten craftsmen and women open the doors to their workshops, where you can discover the breadth of their savoir-faire. From pottery to ceramics and stained glass to glassmaking, all these artists are well-established in the community.
La Roche-Bernard’s port is cradled by the Vilaine River and protected from the tides by the Barrage d’Arzal dam just a few kilometres away. At the end of the quay, you’ll be treated with a breathtaking view of Pont du Morbihan bridge. A pedestrian footbridge allows you to walk across it and take in even more of the lush, rolling countryside along the banks of the Vilaine.
Where to eat
- Le SARAH B, 9 quai Saint Antoine, Le Vieux Port, 56130 La Roche-Bernard – +33 (0)2 99 90 74 60
- La crêperie du port, Quai de la Douane, 56130 La Roche-Bernard – +33 (0)2 23 10 72 19
Where to sleep
- Hôtel Les Deux Magots, 3 Place du Bouffay, 56130 La Roche-Bernard – +33 (0)2 99 90 68 13
- Camping Le Pâtis, Place Louis Levesque, 56130 La Roche-Bernard – +33 (0)2 99 90 60 51
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