Departing from the hotel, head for Granville and set sail to the Chausey Isles in the bay of Granville, a smaller version of the Mont Saint Michel. After an hour's boat trip, discover the 365 islets at low tide, 52 at high tide.
This preserved archipelago is admired for its beautiful white sandy beaches, perfect for a swim, its fishermens' houses, coastal paths, shellpicking spots, fauna and flora, mussel beds, etc...
To see and do :
- The Château (16th century)
- The lighthouse (1847)
- The fort (1866),
- Baudry and Lambert towers (19th century)
- Large dock (beginning of 20th century)
- The chapel (Louis XIV alter and models of sailing vessels)