Abbey of Daoulas

The Abbey of Daoulas is an abbey located in the commune of Daoulas in the department of Finistère, in the region of Brittany, France.

Owned by the General Council of Finistère since 1984, the management and running of the abbey is entrusted to the Association for the Promotion of Daoulas Abbey. Since then, it has organised internationally renowned archaeological, historical or ethnographic exhibitions on various subjects (the Celts, the Inuit, the Bronze Age, the crowns of the world, the Egypt of the pharaohs, the Dogons, the fairies, the Vikings…).

The “church and cloister” complex of the former abbey has been classified as a historical monument since 24 August 1993.

It can be visited every day from 1.30pm to 6pm from 27 March to 18 June, and then from 10.30am to 7pm from 19 June to 4 October.