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Ile de Sein

Facing the Pointe du Raz – which is France’s version of Land’s End and classed as a ‘Grand Site de France’ - the Île de Sein seems to rest on the surface of the sea. This peaceful haven is an especially protected natural space, as it is part of the Armorique Regional Nature Park as well as the Iroise Marine Park. Since 2013, its port has been classed as a port of heritage interest, and is a great place for strolling. True fans of a bracing walk will be over the moon to explore this island, heading off towards the Goulenez Lighthouse (open in summer), following the coastal path that leads to the Chapelle Saint-Corentin, passing by Port-Caïc seawall and following the path towards Kelaourou coastal points. If you prefer visiting, you can pop into the lifeguarding museum and the Île de Sein museum. Islanders here particularly appreciate seafood (line-caught seabass and lobster most of all). If you stand and watch the waters around the Île de Sein, you’ll probably spot some hardy fishermen bringing in their seabass out on the water...

29990 Île-de-Sein

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