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Site historique du Yaudet

Historical sites and monuments, Archeological site, Listed or registered (CNMHS) in Ploulec'h
  • Digs carried out on the site have revealed the presence of remains indicating that the site was frequented from the Mesolithic era onwards. During Roman times, the Yaudet, then a fishing and trading port on the Armorican coast, developed a defence system against pirates attacking from the North Sea, strengthening the old Gaulish ramparts.
    During the 18th century, a guard-room was built for soldiers defending the area from attacks from English ships.
    Other remains are more of a mystery, such...
    Digs carried out on the site have revealed the presence of remains indicating that the site was frequented from the Mesolithic era onwards. During Roman times, the Yaudet, then a fishing and trading port on the Armorican coast, developed a defence system against pirates attacking from the North Sea, strengthening the old Gaulish ramparts.
    During the 18th century, a guard-room was built for soldiers defending the area from attacks from English ships.
    Other remains are more of a mystery, such as the stone wall in the Anse de la Vierge (Virgin's Cove).
    Guided tours by arrangement with the Lannion Tourist Office.
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