Battles, feuding families and power struggles were part of daily life in this Breton village. It's a place where societies and cultures combine, as evidenced by its streets and buildings. It's a mix of French, English and Norman style, which just makes it all the more beautiful. It's a real-life Breton town you hear about in myths. A meeting place for merchants, craftsmen and market traders, who have created a diverse and attractive town. The history is part of the town. It has undergone 2 Christianization processes. First, the Gallo-Roman, and later, the Breton. During the feudal era it was reborn as a castral village, a combination of various town that has given the town today its character and unique hospitality. Some remains can still be seen, which can be visited on the outskirts of the town.