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Concarneau is a commune in the Finistère department in Brittany in north-western France.
The town is home to two distinct areas: the modern town on the mainland and the medieval Ville Close, a walled town on a long island in the centre of the harbour. Historically, the old town was a centre of shipbuilding. The Ville Close is now devoted to tourism with many restaurants and shops. Also in the Ville Close is the fishing museum. The Ville Close is connected to the town by a drawbridge. The indoor market provides a good source of fish, fruit and vegetables if you are staying in this part of Brittany.
The new town is on the neighbouring mainland, and there are also a couple of small beaches at Concarneau.
If visiting Concarneau during the last but one Sunday in August, a trip to see the colourful festival – the Festival of the Blue Nets is a must!
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