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You can visit the Abbaye for a small fee and it's nice, although it's mostly ruins. I like to visit in the summer or the fall because the garden is nice and it makes for gorgeous pictures opportunities. But without visiting the Abbaye, it's worth...More
We visited the abbey with a friend in a wheelchair. There's disabled parking available and fairly good paths around the site, but access into the shop/information area was not accessible.
Because of this we were fairly limited in what we did.
An impressive ruin with lots of explanation of the history of the building. Surrounded by lovely gardens. Close to the coast & there are walks from the abbey to extend the visit.
Worth popping in to see.
Spent a couple of hours wandering around looking at the ruins and at the amazing views out to the sea coast.The ruins are well organised and the whole place very 'tranquile'.Interesting exhibition about time in the main garden with some quirky exhibits around the edges...More
Beautiful and evocative ruined abbey in a good state of preservation with some parts re-modelled for later domestic use.
The real differennce to this place and every other ruined church you come accross is that the ruins have been incorporated into the gardens, so the...More
We visited on a sunny Sunday when some of the French were busy electing a new President. The main house now is the reception area which has a small souvenir shop. Information is available in several languages and the restoration , though only of a...More
Was a few years ago not 2016 but will not have changed much.
Walked out from the cafe area in Paimpol then left to the beach and ambled along the coast to the Abbaye taking about an hour to get there. A bottle or two...More
As we visited the abbey a few years ago for a tour; this time we just wandered around the outskirts. It is a lovely abbey and with lovely walks down to the beach and marshfields.
As we were staying with our brother at his gite...More