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Traditional sailing at Sept-Îles on the Perros-Guirec coast

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Board a sailboat from the beginning of the last century for an unforgettable trip to the Sept-Îles archipelago.

With its ​​green hull and ochre sails, the Sant C'hireg (the Breton name for Saint-Guirec) looks great in the port of Perros-Guirec. This traditional sailboat, a faithful replica of a lobster boat from the early 20th century, will take you on an unforgettable trip through the rolling waves and sea mist to Sept-Îles, off the coast of Granit Rose. Denis le Braz, the captain, knows his ship and the area like the back of his hand.

Bono, Malban, Rouzic, l'île Plate, l'Île-aux-Moines, and the Costans and Cerf reefs: on this unusual maritime getaway, the granite of these arid island pearls emerges from the waves while sea yarns are spun out on board. A protected nature reserve, the archipelago is the playground of thousands of birds. Puffins, guillemots, razorbills, shags, kittiwakes, gulls, and gannets can all be observed through binoculars. The price for this fabulous day at sea is 42 EUR per person.

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