Photographic walks in Daoulas

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Photographic walks in Daoulas

Why experience this event?

For the 2024 edition of the Balades photographiques de Daoulas, the Abbey and the town are presenting the work of two photographers on the theme of Japan, echoing the "From samurai to kawaii" exhibition at the Abbey.

Daoulas Abbey presents a brand-new exhibition by Françoise Huguier. This great French photographer, recently elected to the Académie des Beaux-Arts, has traveled the world, from Africa and Russia to Asia, where she spent part of her childhood. She offers a unique insight into the societies in which she found herself. In the town of Daoulas, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Balades photographiques de Daoulas, Hans Silvester returns to open this annual event with previously unpublished photographs of Japan.

Les Balades photographiques de Daoulas is an open-air trail that forms part of the "Une traversée photographique en Bretagne" program.

A new interpretation trail invites you to discover the gardens and remains of Daoulas Abbey on your own.
If you'd like to find out more about the history of the site and its gardens, you'll find the answers to your questions thanks to these displays installed throughout the site.
Come and take advantage of them!

Main services

  • Groups accepted
  • Accessible PMR

Spoken language(s)

  • French
  • English
RatesMinimum fee
(in €)
Max. rate
(in €)
Base rate7€10€
Children's rate3€7€
Reduced rate-1€
The ticket office closes 30 minutes before the site closes.
Partner rate €6.50: On presentation of your justification, benefit from a preferential rate: Loisirs en Finistère card, Cézam card, 4Ass' et plus cultural network membership card, Fonds Hélène & Édouard Leclerc pour la culture, Océanopolis, Conservatoire national botanique de Brest.
Vacation keys and Gîtes de France: preferential rate
Groups: contact the Abbey directly.
CDP season tickets available.


  • Jusqu’au 01 décembre 2024

Photographic walks in Daoulas

Daoulas Abbey
29460 Daoulas
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