Finistère

Morlaix

Interesting
Morlaix
The Essential
Interesting
The overriding first impression of Morlaix is the massive viaduct spanning the "River of Morlaix". The town has a few surprises in store, with its authentic old quarter, its "pont d'allée" or lantern houses, typical of the Léon coastal area, and pleasant streets with craft shops and art galleries.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Morlaix

Parish closes
Parish closes
A parish close can be recognised by its
Viaduct of Morlaix Viaduct of Morlaix
Viaduct of Morlaix
There is a fine view of the two-storey,
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Musée de Morlaix -Maison à Pondalez
Musée de Morlaix -Maison à Pondalez
This completely restored timber-framed
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Musée de Morlaix - Couvent des Jacobins
Musée de Morlaix - Couvent des Jacobins
This museum stands on the site of the
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Grand'Rue
Grand'Rue
Historic Morlaix is lined by old houses
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Church of St Matthew
Church of St Matthew
Rebuilt in 1824, with the exception of
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