Date and Time of Visit: July 18, 2017, approximately 11:00 a.m.
If only the road running through the village wasn’t so wide, I think I would have rated it higher, it was that kind of village. The second village of the day was Farren, near Dinan.
This village also has a history from the 18th or 19th century, which is the same as other beautiful villages in Walloon. When I arrived, it was very quiet and there were not many people, but I saw an auberge, so I think it will be a good base for sightseeing.
There is a church in the village that seems relatively new.
By the way, I parked near the square where this church is located.
It certainly didn’t feel medieval or old, but the village itself was very pretty.
At the entrance of the village, or better to say on the outskirts, there is a farmer’s castle, which is kind of the best place to see in this village.
But as usual, we couldn’t go inside. We could only look at it from the outside.
A bit of a photo-heavy post this time. Next stop is a village called Sozois which is only 1km away from this village.