Picture StoryFort La Latte, or Roche Goyon Castle, is a fortified castle located on the tip of the Latte, near Cape Fréhel, in the Côtes-d'Armor department in the town of Plévenon in the bay of Saint-Malo. Remarkable for its location on a rocky cape, facing the sea, it has served as the backdrop for several films. The castle was built in the 14th century by the lord of Matignon, Étienne III Goüyon. In 1379, following the return from exile of the Duke of Brittany Jean IV, the castle was besieged by Bertrand Du Guesclin. It was not until the 18th century, under Louis XIV, that the castle regained its strategic interest and was bastioned.