Photographer's Note

Saint Michel chapel is a small stone temple dating back from the XII century where religious ceremonies happened until the late XVIII century. Built in a small island on the Erquy cap, the island is linked to the shore during the low tide hours by a natural path of pebbles.
The chapel was under renovation recently by the action of a local association and visited guides are possible during the summer season.

Last picture of France for the time being, I hope you enjoy. I chose this one to contribute to the Bretagne gallery and because I haven't seen much pictures of Erquy and particularly this charming Island and chapel in TE. From next week the Asia trips in my gallery.

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