The coastline of the Golfe de Morbihan is such a complex network of creeks, inlets, and peninsulas that it’s hard to see where the mainland ends and the islands begin. Here’s a glimpse of Belle Île, the largest of the Isles de Morbihan. Yes, it is beautiful.
The inner harbour at Le Palais seen from the bottom of the citadel wall.
Cooperation on an important piece of rope. The working fishing boatss lined up along the quay mostly seem to be one man operations but sometimes a second pair of hands is needed.
Leaving the harbour at Le Palais.
Crab pots lined up on the quay at Le Palais.
Soft sand and running water – perfect for tired feet.
Along the cliff path on Belle Île. The water really is that colour but it’s colder than it looks!
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