Draw bridge at the entrance of the fortified fishing village of Concarneau

The old center of Concarneau is a fortified island on the Moros estuary, surrounded by 16th century granite walls where you can get great views over the harbor or out to the bay. You will enter passing two bridges, a triangle courtyard and an inner moat and you may take a little ferry to the other side of the harbour. Fishing village that traditionally went for sardine, cod, tuna fish and whale, in 1900 the canning industry employed almost a third of the population.