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Travel Blogs from Perros-Guirec
... understandable why this durable material is so prevalent in their buildings. Our day trip to Mont-Saint-Michel which featured in the Tour de France last year was a highlight. Set on a shallow bay with an enormous tidal range, the huge abbey sits tall on top of a hill on a small island and is visible from far away. The island also has many historical buildings housing restaurants and tourist shops. We did a self-guided tour of the enormous abbey with its many large rooms used ...
... by shallow puddles and sand! We hadn't long got to the end when we saw the boat set off from the other side, and were glad we'd started early! We might have missed it otherwise.
The school children were all gathered behind us, and the couple with the white dog came around the bend, and we all boarded the ferry for the return, much shorter trip. For just the past hour the sky had cleared and the sea was blue. We were both very footsore and weary, ...
We came down to this barren place, a few miles from Paimpol because of its sheer beauty. Looking out across the water we can see the car free island of Brehat. It has a population of only 350. But the thing that I find most awesome are the plethora of rocks sprouting from the still waters. There are dozens of them, and ridiculous as it may sound, this area immediately strikes me as being similar to Halong Bay in Vietnam, only in ...
... of the town was the church and then the remains of the town wall. The tourist information office was closed we could not get any town plan - so just wandered around. Everything except for a creperie and a couple of Tabacs was closed. Seeing as the weather was coming in (a thunderstorm was brewing) we thought we'd head ...
... ly blowing so there was a lot of yawing.
Mid afternoon just before HW we set off for our next destination. Got a bit of a sail in which was nice.
We anchored not far from the entrance to river leading to Morlaix.
In the morning we took the dinghy to the mainland opposite where we were anchored and saw the Cairn de Barnenez (ancient burial chambers) quite amazing. We then proceeded to Morlaix for the HW lock in.
The river to Morlaix is ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility