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Grouin point in Cancale

The westernmost tip of the Bay is a ragged, jagged headland with superb views out to the scattered handful of islands making up the Îles Chausey and a closer island that is a haven for seabirds.

The westernmost tip of the Bay is a ragged, jagged headland with superb views out to the scattered handful of islands making up the Îles Chausey and a closer island that is haven for seabirds: a converted German pillbox acts as a birdwatchers’ ‘hide’.  Travel south past coves and cliffs to reach the shellfish haven of Cancale.

 

Le Vivier-sur-Mer / Cancale