A PRECIOUS HISTORICAL HERITAGE
Chateaubriand : A childhood in Plancoët

   
 
   
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As a baby, François-René de Chateaubriand was sent to Plancoët,
the "lovely village" with its "healthy air" where his mother’s family came from.

Come and visit the village that prides itself on its flowers (awarded a “3 flowers distinction”)
and follow the path of the romantic writer.

Sites to discover :

 The house of Chateaubriand's grand-mother
 His amphitheatre as seen from the park Pré Rolland
 The Church Notre Dame de Nazareth
 The Monchoix (or Mon choix) Malouinière (prestigious ship owner’s mansion from the 17th and 18th century)
 The Velléda Rock.