We arrived at this beautiful city full of Saintpolinos parties, the square where the cathedral is situated was full of market stalls where they sold the same things that are sold in every village festival in our country. The Gothic cathedral stands out dramatically in this small town which, although it is small, is worth a visit to see the old town and the coast. It has two impressive twin towers which are more than 50m high.
The coast of Saint Pol de Leon is located on the so-called Pink Granite Coast, in other parts of this coast landscape we were surprised with its enormous pink stones and indefinite figures, in this case we found a nice beach with an island in front of the coast which can be accessed by a road. There is a variety of restaurants but with little atmosphere considering it was in August.
The quiet streets of Saint-Pol-de-Leon are still recovering after unexpected rainfall. The drops fall from the sky, the shy gray roofs reflect the sun's rays, some voices are heard far away and some tourists take refuge under the shelter of the two towers of the imposing cathedral. Pretty white houses and public buildings are flooded, as are all the streets of the village of Saint-Pol-de-Léon. The city still retains its religious past that is best exemplified by the jagged spiers of the church. An unmissable place for those who travel in search of peace and a place steeped in religious history. Saint-Pol-de-Léon enjoys the largest national fruit and vegetable production in the country, so you can try some at the stalls you find at the market. An exquisite feast of low prices while discovering places in this city.
When we were in Saint Pol de Leon, the owner of the hotel where we were recommended this village to us that has been formed in an ancient villa of the Pink Granite Coast by craftsmen and hippies who have found this a perfect place to do their work and also wanted to teach you how their speciality works. They reconstructed the old houses of the ancient inhabitants and the result is a wonderful area that we love the way it is. The problem is that it does not appear on any maps. The owner of the hotel gave us an improvised plan but unfortunately we didn't find it and when I typed in the name "Manehan" on the internet nothing appeared. So we asked for help from someone who knows this area and could lead us to the location. It should not be missed.