Pont du Diable or Krac'h Bridge

Historic sites and monuments
Devil's bridge (or Pont Krac'h)
Devil's bridge (or Pont Krac'h)

Why take advantage?

The Pont du Diable or Pont Krac'h linking Plouguerneau and Lannilis is a very old bridge over the Aber Wrac'h. It is thought to be between 1,000 and 2,000 years old. Very picturesque, it is built of granite blocks. In the center, three aqueducts allow water to flow in and out of the bridge. Built at a time when sea levels were lower, the bridge is flooded at every tide.
A cross marks the Lannilis end of the bridge.
The Krac'h bridge was restored in 2007-2008.

Theme(s) : Bridge
Historic sites and monuments

Pont du Diable or Krac'h Bridge

Prad Paol
29880 Plouguerneau
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