Château de Pont-L'Abbé

Pont-l'Abbé, France

Château de Pont-L'Abbé spans from the 14th to 18th centuries. The 'wedding' room decorated with Mathurin Méheut pieces of art (Sainte-Marine port), Henri Sollier and Jacques Godin. The structure now serves as the town hall and houses the Bigouden Museum, with its fine collection of costumes and Bigouden head-dresses.

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marinette pege (5 years ago)
Good massage.However it does not really last 1h but 40mn.environ but it is charged 1h anyway.dommage.c is a bit of scam I think.
sandrine ashley de vous NON (5 years ago)
Everything is perfect, very good moment of relaxation. To do absolutely
Sara Saifoudine (5 years ago)
Home very pleasant, quality institute, quality care all to feel good.
Christelle Le Parc (5 years ago)
Very friendly welcome. Quality of care at the top.
Pascale Le Bleis (5 years ago)
Soin du visage , un excellent moment de relaxation, avec des mains expertes , je recommande.
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