For centuries the village of Poul-Fetan was home to 4 or 5 families, and was inhabited until 1970. It was acquired by the Quistinic Community in 1977 and restored.

There are a variety of daily demonstrations which include wool spinning, crepe making, Breton games, washerwomen, head-dress starching and hand milking the cows.

We would suggest allowing about 4 hours for a leisurely tour of the village and watching most of the demonstrations.

Follw the link for an excellent review of the village by a visitor:
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