In a house designed by James Bouille, the founder of neo-Breton architecture, the Galerie de Ker-Iliz is an institution in Perros-Guirec. An ironmonger in the 1950s, it has evolved over three family generations into a gallery dedicated to Brittany. Gifts, souvenirs, crafts, but also ready-to-wear and decorative items fill the shelves of this huge, centrally located shop.
Traditional Breton biscuits sit next to a nice selection of clothing items by Petit Bateau, along with postcards, Celtic jewellery, a space dedicated to the famous Henriot brand of Quimper porcelain, Breton bowls, a record section, books, and Nominoë organic cosmetics. Whether something classic, trendy, or unusual, it is hard not to find something at Galerie de Ker-Iliz worth slipping into your luggage.
Galerie de Ker-Iliz
6, rue du Général de Gaulle
+33 (0)2 96 91 00 96