Village of Poul FétanOpen or Close
Breton Village in the 16th century
Poul Fétan is a small village Breton in the sixteenth century, whose homes have undergone a remarkable restoration. These houses with thatched roofs and doors warheads are examples of rural architecture of the past and a testament to the rural life of the last century.
As such this small village is a veritable museum of gestures and traditions in Britain.
Animations are organized to see the farm animals, crafts and gestures of peasant life in the past.