Every time I visit the church, and the heavy door swings slowly open, I catch my breath at the burst of colour and peaceful atmosphere inside the Church of St Suliau in Sizun.
The ceiling is a glorious blue, with red and gold beams and carved stringbeams linking the blue to the painted walls.
The organ was built in 1682-84 by Thomas Dallam, who also built the organ in St Guimiliau.
The stained glass windows of the saints were made by Jacques le Chevalier in 1976, but I don’t know if he was also responsible for the pink-toned windows at the high altar.
As in all these churches there are many statues, both of local saintly men and standard church iconography.
Do visit if you are in this part of Brittany, and linger.