I could easily have lingered in Vannes but we needed to move on – to Dinan via Josselin. The first castle in Josselin was built in the 11C but the building was rebuilt several times thereafter. Since the 15C the castle has been the home of the Rohan family. (Is this where Tolkien found the name?)
Construction of the Church of Notre Dame du Roncier started in the 11C and it has been altered many times over the centuries. The church is the venue for one of the significant Pardons in Brittany, on 8 September each year.
The tombs of Olivier V de Clisson (1336-1407) and Marguerite de Rohan (1330-1406) lie beneath a stained glass window in which they are also remembered.