Saint Ronan - From Place de l'Eglise, France
Saint Ronan is a 15th-century partially reconstructed granite granite chapel located in the small medieval town of Locronan, in the north-west region of Brittany, France. It is dedicated to Rónán, one of the Celtic Saints who visited Brittany in the 6th century. The chapel is situated on a small hill near the center of Locronan, overlooking the small city. It is mostly in ruins, with only the south and north walls and the arches of its transept still intact, the original architecture still clearly visible. The chapel is surrounded by a small garden with a stone cross, benches and small walking paths. Visitors can find a small path from the chapel to the nearby harbor of Port-Du-Goulet. The peacefulness of Saint Rónán and the surrounding gardens makes it a perfect place for contemplation and for enjoying the views of the town.