Petit Futé's opinion on FISHERMAN'S CHAPEL
This is a charming little chapel adjoining the church of Saint-Brélade and built around the 12th century. Inside, one can observe wall frescoes from the 14th and 15th centuries, partly covered at the time of the Reformation. The chapel is built of large pebbles bound with a mortar of crushed shells and mixed with sea water. The stone roof was raised in the 14th century. To this day, it is not known if the name of the chapel (Fisherman) refers to Jersey fishermen or if the term was used to refer to fishermen.
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