This quite spectacular sculpture park at Carnoët is a short drive from the sleepy Finistère town of Carhaix and less than an hour from the port of Roscoff.

The monumental statues, some over 3m high, are carved from local granite and arranged in a hundred acre park overlooking the picturesque Breton countryside.

We’d visited last year for the first time and were amazed by the sheer size and scale of this fledgling Breton ‘Easter Island’ and marvelled at the skills of the artists, (click for photos of this previous visit)

New statues are created regularly – we’d heard that seven had already been installed this year, so took a trip out to check out the new additions.