Splashes of color. That's the phrase that comes to mind when I look at these images. Old French towns are pretty gray, in reality. Bold colors are the accents that help make them picturesque.
This customer seems to have color-coordinated his wardrobe and accessories with the dark red theme at the David Audas butcher shop.
One of the oldest houses buildings in the old town is now a gourmet grocery store that also sells souvenirs and gift items.
The bar-tabac called Le Lapin Blanc (The White Rabbit) is a Saint-Aignan institution. It's just off the market square so gets good Saturday morning business (though it was only 9 a.m. when I took this picture).
Au Bigouden is a family-owned-and-operated restaurant specializing in Brittany-style savory buckwheat crêpes, dessert crêpes, salads, and ice cream concoctions.