Carved into the rock
On the banks of the Blavet, Saint-Gildas chapel seems to be caught in a vice by this huge rock. This hermitage, carved into the rock, is sure to surprise you. Legend says that it was here in this natural cave that Saint Gildas and Saint Bieuzy became established in the 6th century. Converted into an oratory, the site then became the centre of the Priory of La Roche-sur-Blavet. The chapel, first built in the 15th century, was rebuilt in 1837. It’s most definitely worth a visit!