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As this place was highly recommended, we wanted to visit. However, where to find it? Well, drive to Morgat and follow the road to Saint Hernot. Park your car and prepare for a quite steep walk on some points (especially with children). However after you...More
Not for those that are afraid of heights, a tough walk but worth every minute, make sure that you have a bottle of water and take in easy, Good boots or shoes are a must, it is all worthwhile at the end.
What a hidden gem! We loved the gorgeous views. It was a moderate hike although we skipped the last scramble down to the beach. Go at your own risk, there's lots of uneven terrain and steep cliffs but the view at the end is worth...More
The only problem with this place is that it is too popular. Try going early or late or when it is cloudy. When it is crowded even on the hike there are too many people for my taste. The final scramble to the beach is...More
Yes we are in Britany, but it looks like along the Mediterranean coast, with plants normally grown in the South of France...
A nice place for a walk.
And you can even dive there, undersea landscape is great!
Steep scrambly path leading down to this rocky cove situated far enough away from the main roads to limit the number of people who make it down to the shore on foot but quite a few arriving by kayak and small boats. A bit of...More
A must-see in case you are around. Just a short walk (10-15 minutes) from the parking place, although the last bid is quite steep. Or hire a sea-kayak at Morgat and paddle there!! (1,5 hours) Best time to go is at low tide as you...More