35 minutes from the 3 star campsite Les Couesnons in Roz sur Couesnon in Ile-et-Vilaine, discover this city and its medieval castle founded in 1020.
The largest fortress in Europe sets the stage for an extraordinary visit. At these feet, half-timbered houses and alleys covered with cobblestones. The charm is present in the heart of this thousand-year-old fortress city.
35 minutes from the 3 star campsite Les Couesnons in Roz sur Couesnon in Ile et Vilaine, discover this city and its medieval castle founded in 1020.
After visiting the streets of the oldest district of the city: bourg Vieil, let yourself feel the great era of Fougères! And continue your journey through time with a visit to the castle which presents its history from the year 1000 to 1500.
Emmanuel de la Villéon Museum
While walking in the historic district of Fougères, take a break in the heart of one of the oldest timber-framed houses in the city and discover the Emmanuel de la Villéon museum. He is a renowned landscape artist and a pioneering colorist.
– Public Garden of Fougères
– Saint Sulpice Church founded in the 11ᵉ century. It is one of the richest in Brittany.
– The Castle of Fougères
To see in Fougères
Garden of the Val Nançon
This walk will take you to the heart of 2ha, will make you live a multitude of different atmospheres. Located along the river that bears the same name, at the foot of the ramparts of the fortress, you will go from the botanical garden to the priest’s garden, passing by the plant cage and the colored hillside.