Hotel l'Oree du Bois
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... quay to unload their catch of fish and langoustines and crab. Fifty minutes later, it's all over and we went to one of the local shops to but some langoustine for tea. There were two choices, the fresh catch,which were still alive and wriggling, or the dead pre cooked ones. I chose the ...
We had a pretty nice sail to Concarneau not a long passage from Loctudy.
We've decided to exercise our chill days here.
There's not much to the town other than the old town within fortified walls, but it is atmospheric.
We basically wandered around and visited the Museum of fishing which was, believe it or not, very good.
... quayside - not good. As we passed the vessel we did get a stern signalling that anchoring mid channel is not allowed - or at least that's my interpretation of the gestures. He are hoping and praying that we aren't going to get reported. So we quickly picked up the anchor(s) and went back to the creek (where we anchored a close as possible to the previous night - although we didn't quite succeed as we were we on the mud for a while over night at low water).
... All you got to see was the ground floor living quarters and not the upstairs bedrooms. So not quite value for money.
After that short visit we left Loctudy for our next destination.
We had a lovely sail to the river Odet which is very pretty with all the woodlands on either side of the banks. We anchored in one of the creeks - Arnes de St Cadao.
... ly winds therefore it wasn't a rough ride through. At one stage we had over 7knots of tide pushing us.
Once we turned the corner (Point du Raz) the coastline had dramatically changed. The high cliffs and rocks had become more flatter land, sandy beaches and much more woodland.
Also it seems like the weather had changed - much more hotter, or maybe that's our imaginations.
We arrived at Loctudy in the afternoon.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed