We parked on the edge of Plouye and set off on a circular walk in by now ‘usual’ countryside – wide views, cattle, streams, and chemins creux. We had walked here before but followed a slightly different route this time.
The Church of St Pierre in Plouyé was built in the 17C but it is only the western face which remains from that time. The remainder was rebuilt in the mid-1800s.
And because it had been a relatively short walk there was time to visit the Churches at St Herbot and Brennilis, but I am going to show them in the next post.