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Chris wrote a review Jul 2019
Paignton, United Kingdom678 contributions359 helpful votes
This is a lovely place to sit and watch the boats or the casual fishermen on the slipway. There are great views of the estuary from the promenade Jean le Besque. There's also a good selection of restaurants or places to buy oysters. It's a pleasant walk or a cycle ride from Damgan. Well worth a visit for a meal or just to watch the world go by!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Bullivant wrote a review Aug 2017
Wimborne, United Kingdom208 contributions51 helpful votes
Well worth walking or cycling from Damgan (or driving even!) to reach this peaceful spot with a view river, boats and wild life.There is no beach and when we visited the tide was out so we probably didn't see it at its best. A couple of places looked good for a drink or a meal but we didn't have time to stop but they certainly looked inviting. All in all a pleasant place just to visit and contemplate whilst watching the world go by.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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David B wrote a review Jun 2017
24 contributions4 helpful votes
This is the place to come for peace and quiet. Watch the small boats come and go; watch the birds too. Delightful. The church is well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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RachSpencer2014 wrote a review Jul 2016
Melton Mowbray, Australia9 contributions3 helpful votes
What a beautiful little place - it is worth walking along the coastal path from Damgan, around the port - stopping off for a drink or meal at 'le café pecheur' - great local fish dishes, salads, etc and not expensive - and then walking around the far part of the port and back to Damgan (approx. 10k but all level easy walking with beautiful views fro the coastal path. A little gem.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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L C wrote a review Apr 2016
Bath, United Kingdom1 138 contributions144 helpful votes
Not far from Damgan and not perhaps a 'beach destination' is another good place to stop and walk and take in the sights of the sea and small harbour....very pretty buildings, lot of paths, some parking and a restaurant nearby is needed.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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