Le Domaine d'Ar Peoch
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The story devlops at a pace. A canal barge has been changed to a First Class 8 once more. Left Bernard at 10ish and trundled down Arzal ready to go through a monster sea lock for our journey to Pornichet. Weather not bad but rather windier than expected -Ian doesn't do ...
... the dense green forest.
I won't go into all the history, the pamphlet explained it in a rather amusing translation from the French I guess. It is the highest dungeon in France, built tall to see out of its valley and down to the sea about 20km away. I do know it was finished in the early 15th century, although part of it was destroyed and rebuilt later that century. We crossed a little bridge over the ditch to enter the clearing, and into the ...
... were shutting but still managed to buy some seafood before the fish market closed. In the afternoon we went wandering around the town which was just lovely. There remains parts of the old town wall and ramparts, loads of half timbered houses etc. Just lovely.
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It is cold and wet today ...
We left le Trinite and headed for the Morbihan Gulf. We got there a little too early and had some tide against us at the entry but nothing too worrisome.
We spent sometime looking for a suitable anchorage - so many places are taken up by local moorings but we found something eventually.
We liked this particular anchorage so much we stayed ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed