The Devil's Bridge in Plouguerneau

If there's one site that tickles the fancy of local bakers, it's the "Devil's Bridge", or Pont Krach, in Plouguerneau. Legend has it that this apparently ancient bridge was built by Old Nick himself at the request of a miller who was worn out from delivering his flour to neighbouring villages on the opposite bank of the Aber River. The Devil sealed the pact by demanding the first soul that would cross the bridge. He didn't expect to be outsmarted by the miller, who sent a cat onto the bridge ahead of himself!