Languidou Chapel Ruins
Languidou Chapel was first built in the 1200s then restored in the late 1300s and early 1400s. Destroyed during the French Revolution, its stones were then used to create a guardhouse. Now in ruins, the chapel still has a great deal of charm and somehow, the lacelike outline of its splendid rose window from the original apse has remained intact, which dates from the early 1400s. This chapel is one of the best examples of what is known as the Pont-Croix school of sacred architecture.