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9 reviews of Rochefort-en-terre

History in every step

The village steeple is the town's trademark, as are geraniums, the flower that adorns the facades of all the homes in Rochefort. The red color enters your eye and envelops you every step of the way. The houses with outdoor corridors let you glimpse into the spirit of this unique town, which oozes history in every step.

There is a large number of mansions from the 16th and 17th centuries. This town has seen several successful guilds flourish, allowing the construction of sumptuous villas and public buildings. The castle that presides over the whole town from the top of a hill. It has been renovated on several occasions.

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Small town with lots of character

This incredible and tiny town belongs to the Morbihan department in French Brittany and still holds all of its medieval flavor. Walking through the small streets transports you back in time, especially the beautiful square with its old stone buildings, well, and abundant flowers.


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