"EPCC Chemins du patrimoine en Finistère"

  • Colombier du Château de Kerjean
    © Bernard Galeron
  • Domaine de Trévarez
    © Bernard Galeron
  • Cloître de l'Abbaye de Daoulas
    © Bernard Galeron
  • Manoir de Kernault
  • Maison d'exposion de l'Abbaye du Relec
    © CDP29

5 Sites at the crossroads of modernity

At the extremity of Europe and on a narrow peninsula straddling sea and ocean, Chemins du patrimoine en Finistère has grouped together five of the region’s major heritage sites with an aim to exploring cultural diversity.
Every year, we invite visitors to discover a rich and varied cultural programme combining temporary and permanent exhibitions, contemporary art, the performing arts and music.
Whether on your own or in a group, on a guided or unaccompanied tour, or participating in a workshop, explore our 5 sites at your own pace!
The Abbaye de Daoulas, Manoir de Kernault, Abbaye du Relec and Domaine de Trévarez are properties belonging to the département of Finistère.
The Château de Kerjean is owned by the State.
Every year, we invite visitors to discover a rich and varied cultural programme combining temporary and permanent exhibitions, contemporary art, the performing arts and music. 

Whether on your own or in a group, on a guided or unaccompanied tour, or participating in a workshop, explore our 5 sites at your own pace! 

The Abbaye de Daoulas, Manoir de Kernault, Abbaye du Relec and Domaine de Trévarez are properties belonging to the département of Finistère.
The Château de Kerjean is owned by the State.


our MISSIONS
- Contribute to the realization of departmental objectives in terms of culture
- Play a role in Finistère’s cultural development by increasing the public’s interest in cultural heritage in collaboration with local cultural partners
- Develop a programme of exhibitions and events
- Develop artistic and educational activities
- Oversee the symbiosis and coordination of the different cultural sites managed by the institution

the ORGANIZATION
President: Nathalie Sarrabezolles, Vice-president of the departmental council 
Managing director: Philippe Ifri

‘Chemins du patrimoine en Finistère’ is a public institution of cultural cooperation, (law of 4 January 2002), managed by a board of directors currently comprised of:
- 10 county councillors from the Finistère department
- 5 mayors from the localities of each of the sites
- 6 qualified personnel
- 2 representatives elected by the personnel

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