Photographer's Note

Built in the 14th century by the Goyon-Matignon, this castle was altered in the 17th and was restored at the beginning of the 20th century. It preserved its feudal aspect and occupies a spectacular site. Dominating the sea of more than 60 m, the fort is separated from the firm ground by two cracks that we crosse on drawbridges. Covered way, one discovers an astonishing panorama on all the coast d'Émeraude: l'anse des Sévignés, le cap Fréhel, la baie de la Frênaye, the point of St-Cast, l'île Ebihens, St-Lunar St-Briac and, the point of Décollé, St-Malo, Paramé and Rothéneuf, l'île de Cézembre and the point of Meinga.

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