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- It is a wonderful place. There is one place with a little bit dangerous path to go to separate island. It looks very interesting and beautiful.Written 4 August 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I have to admit that as a former geography student I have never lost my love of rocks and landscape features and had I still been teaching I would have arranged a visit there and then.
Clearly this venue is still a work in progress, with design work going on in the garden area out the back and its very low key ambience. But once I was inside (thanks for the English translation on reception) I had a fab time wandering around on my own while my husband sat outside reading his book - rocks not being his thing - and became engrossed with the exhibition. I had the entire fluorescent rock experience all to myself which was exciting and mildly creepy at the same time.
The best bit was actually being able to touch the rocks which is so rare and refreshing.Written 21 June 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- It's only accesable by boot or going offroad on foot. We went offroad on foot with a dog. It was quiet an experience to descent, but it was worth it! Amazing view!Written 1 June 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This was our favourit hike in the presqu'île du crozon. The cliffs are stunning and so are the endless carpets of flowers. The difference between the west and east coast of cap de la Chevre is remarkable so if you have time do the full loop aroun and not just the cap as you'll get much nicer views.Written 4 August 2019
- The highlight of our fortnight's holiday in Brittany and Normandy, such an astonishingly beautiful place. Great hiking, wildlife spotting and scenic viewsWritten 30 June 2023
- Not so easy to reach (you have to walk!), that beach is simply marvellous, especially at Sunset. But be carrefull if you want to swim, water streams may be very strong!Written 21 August 2017
- If you are looking for a large, quiet beach with safe surf for either those inexperienced in the water or younger children then this a great option.
Compared to some of the other beaches on this coast with strong currents this is much safer especially for body boarding and swimming.
Yes the ocean brings in a fair amount of seaweed but after a while you get used to it. It’s not your picturesque water but the whole place is functional.
Free parking with a small walk to the beach through the dunes.Written 22 August 2020
- There are many beautiful capes in Bretagne, and this is just one of them. But that doesn't make it less appealingWritten 20 September 2020
- definetely worth a detour, this route is very scenic and offers great views of the Brest bay and its fortifications. good walking as wellWritten 16 October 2016
- We have visited this beach several times during our holiday. Parking in the afternoon is difficult but come before noon and there should not be a problem. The walk from the 1st parking place to the beach is about 10 minutes. The beach offers very good surfing, kite surfing and wind surfing possibilties. Waves are not too high. The beach is very clean and quiet. Dogs are officially not allowed but will come to the beach anyway.Written 30 August 2020
- This is on a small island and when my boyfriend and I went the tide was too high and we were not able to cross to the little island to see the fortress. We were a little disappointed.Written 31 October 2016
- First, the church itself is very pretty with lovely stained glass, very detailed carvings, and a beautiful pulpit.
The major item of interest is The Altarpiece of the Ten Thousand Martyrs.
The altarpiece depicts one of several similar legends where Roman soldiers who, led by Saint Acacius, converted to Christianity and were crucified on Mount Ararat in Armenia by order of the Roman emperor.
As recorded in the Catholic Encyclopedia, the legend reads: “The emperors Adrian and Anoninus marched at the head of a large army to suppress the revolt of the Gadarenes and the people of the Euphrates region. Finding too strong an opponent, all fled except nine thousand soldiers. After these had been converted to Christ by the voice of an angel they turned upon the enemy and completely routed them. They were then brought to the top of Mount Ararat and instructed in the faith. When the emperors heard of the victory they sent for the converts to join in sacrifices of thanksgiving to the gods. They refused, and the emperors applied to five tributary kings for aid against the rebels. The kings responded to the call, bringing an immense army. The Christians were asked to deny their faith, and, on refusal, were stoned. But the stones rebounded against the assailants, and at this miracle a thousand soldiers joined the confessors. Hereupon the emperors ordered all to be crucified.”
This wood carving depicts various scenes from the capture and crucifixion of the soldiers.Written 16 September 2015
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