The art work is amazing. The lady behind the desk was so helpful and a very good ambassador for the town.
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What a gorgeous little chapel... Shame we didn't get a chance to go inside. We were standing at the door looking in and trying to decide if we should pay the entrance fee or give it a miss when Madame slammed the door shut on...More
Go there and be delighted by the beautiful exterior and interior of this fascinating little chapel which features the art of Jean Cocteau. Closed on Tuesdays. 3E to get in. Worth it. No photos allowed but postcards are available.
The Chapelle is very tiny. The inside is quite unique and very interesting. There is a 3 euro charge for admission and no photos are permitted.
very surprising interior, not what you would be expecting from a Chapel. Very impressed with the artwork and history of the artist.
This is a tiny and ancient church right in the harbor area. The inside was redone by the artist Jean Cocteau in the 50s, and is surprisingly fresh and airy. Only 3$ to get in, so well worth it.
As a tribute to Cocteau this is a lovely peaceful and small and informal decorated chapel. We loved it, and the tickets allow for re-entry.
This chapel is unlike any chapel I've been in before. It's small and painted all over the walls, arches and ceiling by Jean Cocteau in his very distinctive style back in 1957. It shows events from the life of St. Peter the apostle and is...More
This small but lovely church, which is still a consecrated Catholic church, was decorated by John Cocteau. You can ask the curator there, Mary-France, for a guided tour, and it is most interesting. She made the artwork come to life for us. It is full...More
This is a beautiful small church rescued by a forward thinking artist, Jean Cocteau, from what was a store used by local fisherman. The poet, artist and filmmaker has used the internal walls of the building as a canvas and created something unique. Well worth...More