Breton town, Landivisiau is in the Finistere department, about twenty kilometers from Brest. This old historic capital of the Breton horse is named after Breton Lann which means hermitage, as well as Thivisiau saint. The town would have a monastery of the Middle Ages that lasted until the French Revolution.
Ideally located and turned to tourism, the city of Landivisiau present to all its visitors a pleasant face and resolutely turned towards traditions. Different sites bear witness to the history of the town and its typical Breton architecture. It was formerly oriented textile industry and tanneries. The latter was recently replaced by the preparation of smoked salmon dishes that will delight the most discerning palate.