Above the rooftops soars the openwork spire of its cathedral, 63 m high. Built in the early 12th century in Gothic style, Saint-Tugdual Cathedral is one of the most beautiful in Brittany. After the finesse of its porches, you can admire a pulpit entirely decorated with floral motifs, the surprising bestiary engraved in the choir stalls and the tomb of Saint Yves.
Tréguier is also a city of spirit and generosity, of meditation and critical sense, which inspired over the centuries men of letters, men of the cloth and men of God from Saint-Tugdual to Saint Yves and from Ernest Renan to Anatole Le Bras.
Entrance to the Cloister not included