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What a Gem! a fully functioning Walled Citadel, which has not changed since medieval times. Tiny streets, all leading to a central Church Square. Superb shopping and Choloclaters, and of course Caramel Salt! Lots of cafes, bars and nooks and crannys to explore. We were...More
We stopped in the town whilst looking for a grocery shop. Noticed the walls and decided to have a walk around.
It’s a nice place with a few restaurants and coffee shops.
It’s worth a visit if you’ve got half a day or so to...More
We visited recently as an excursion from a cruise on the River Loire. We had a local guide, which was interesting and gave us some useful information.
The entrance gate into the town is quite stunning and then opens out into a lovely street of...More
This walled city goes back to 1500's and was the capital of the salt business, it still specialises in salt, taken from the salt marshes surrounding it. There are lots of great shops and restaurants and plenty of parking outside the walls, sometimes free.
My husband and I accidentally found this beautiful place to walk around, shop, and eat some of the best pastries, ice cream, caramels, and the list can go on and on.
We will return here when we move to France! 🇳🇱
This is a lovely old town with great character. We have visited many times over the years but it is worth coming back again. There are many restaurants to choose from. Parking has become harder over the years, get there early especially on market day....More
We went to see harvesting of sea salt and then decided to pay a short visit. At the very end we spent there more than 3 hours. Lovely and lively city. It has specific charm. Not too many towns in Brittany have a charm. We...More
The medieval city of guerande is so beautifully charming. The medieval walls are a big part of the charm and offer a beautiful throw back to medieval times. They arent high so you dont have a far away view but seeing all the rooftops is...More