Rachapt District

This outlying district was occupied for several years by the English during the Hundred Years' War whereas the town and castle withstood all attacks. The people of Vitré paid the invaders to leave and the district took its name from this event. This peaceful place at the foot of the castle is situated in the Vilaine valley and offers a fine view of the fortress.

Useful information

Address : 

rue du Rachapt

Nearby tourist attractions

Museum of St Nicholas
Museum of St Nicholas
This chapel, built in the late Middle
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Tertres Noirs
Tertres Noirs
This shady hillock with its pines and
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Vitré Castle
Vitré Castle
The first castle dates from the 11C and
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Rue de la Baudrairie
Rue de la Baudrairie
This admirable street, named after the
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Church of Notre-Dame
Church of Notre-Dame
This church dates from the 15 and 16C.
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Rue d'En-Bas
Rue d'En-Bas
It used to lead to the gateway of the
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Vitré Castle
Vitré Castle
The first castle dates from the 11C and
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Rue de la Baudrairie
Rue de la Baudrairie
This admirable street, named after the
0:30
Church of Notre-Dame
Church of Notre-Dame
This church dates from the 15 and 16C.
0:15
See all