Before named La Roche-Goyon, the castle of Fort-la-Latte, located at the place of the same name, is one of the most famous Breton castles.
It is built in the fourteenth century by Etienne III Gouÿon. In 1379, after the exile of the duke of Brittany, Jean IV, the castle was besieged by Bertrand Du Guesclin. The castle is attacked and taken again during the Religion French wars in the sixteenth century, this defeat marking a time of dereliction of the castle.
It was not until the 18th century, with the king Louis XIV, that the castle became strategic and was bastioned. It served until the end of the First Empire when the evolution of military techniques made it obsolete.
A guide will tell you its history and will show you the castle.