Finistère

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Finistère is the most westerly situated French department (29.) in Brittany.

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Visit Concarneau and its old city, built by Vauban

Artichaut (ateliers et galerie), Keranheroff, 29690 La Feuillee (Leave La Feuillee on the Berrien road, take the right hand turn by the stone cross),  +33 2 98 99 06 91. 1000–1400, 1200–1800, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Artichaut offers art and craft classes for all ages, from pottery to feltmaking. Suitable for residents and also holidaymakers, for short sessions or all-day courses. Artichaut is also a gallery showing small pieces by Tim and Amanda Bates and other artists. Courses from 6euros per 2hr session to 45euros for full day adult class.

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