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Review of St Jacut Beaches

St Jacut Beaches
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Reviewed 7 August 2013

We parked at the end of the peninsular in the free car park off the Bd du Chevet and followed the crowds to the popular beach to the east side, which is more sheltered. The beach is accessed down some steep steps. Local facilities include a bar/cafe, takeaway snacks, toilets and a watersports activity centre, which was very busy. This did mean that the beach was quite crowded, and if you want a quieter beach you would best look to the western beaches. There is a nice walk around the headland, and the sea is an amazing turquoise.

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Reviewed 11 July 2012

The views are excellent - you must walk to the Isle Ebhihans at low time for a superb experience

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Reviewed 21 June 2012

Beautiful area where the sea is omnipresent. And as a bonus you get the isle of les Ebihens (Archipel des Ebihens) where the shades of the sea nearly have the colours of a tropical island.

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Reviewed 14 June 2012

Quite a wonderful experience at low tide, walk to the island, see the oyster beds and mussels up close.

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Reviewed 25 April 2012

The Emerald Coast, which roughly runs east of St Malo until Brehat, where the Pink Granite Coast begins, has many fabulous beaches, where the enormous tide sweeps in and out. None surpass the beaches surrounding the peninsula town of St Jacut de la Mer. The best of them, Pointe de Chevet, lies at the end of Bd du Chevet. The sweeping bay faces north and – from spring until the end of September – has a terrific café and lifeguards. (Parking is free.) When the tide is out – and it goes out for as far as the eye can see – you can stroll across the sands to Ile des Hebihens. But be sure to start walking back before the tide turns. It roars in so quickly that it is easy – and potentially fatal – to be cut off.

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