Finistère

Saint-Jean-du-Doigt

Interesting
Saint-Jean-du-Doigt
The Essential
Interesting
This small Côte des Bruyères village owes its name to the relic housed in its Flamboyant Gothic church (1513): part of the index finger of St John the Baptist. The parish close (enclos paroissial) has a 16C triumphal gate. To the left is a Renaissance fountain. The treasury safeguards numerous reliquaries, chalices, a silver-gilt processional cross, and a crystal cylinder containing the famous relic.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Saint-Jean-du-Doigt

Côte des Bruyères Côte des Bruyères
Côte des Bruyères
St-Jean-du-Doigt
0:30