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Pors Piron plage. One of the pretty coves surrounded by high cliffs. Toilet facilities. There is a shop for basic provisions in a campsite here that is often open outside of normal shop hours.
Lanvers. Just along from Pors Piron. Good for fishing, diving or launching a boat.
Plage Saint Julien, Plouhinec. Low tide, looking across towards Audierne/Esquibien.
The north coast. Some of the coves need climbing down to reach, but are so beautiful, that the effort is repayed.
Le Loch. A wide bay between Primelin and Plogoff with tiny coves and caves at each end.
Walk down from the chapel perched high over Le Loch to a pebble beach and with the tide out, a rock-pooler’s dream.
Pors Theolan. A traditional “Buvette” overlooking this bay is a must for a cup of cidre.
Baie des Trépassés. Looking out of a cave.
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2 thoughts on “The beaches . . .”
It looks fantastic as indeed it is…beautiful!
Oh thankyou Paula! My first comment! And thanks for helping me sew the lace items on the curtains at New Year!