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A brief detour from the beach

If you’re visiting the beach at Enez Yar (that’s the Breton name; the French name is Ile de la... read more

Reviewed 11 August 2018
Liz H
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Cardiff, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 24 September 2018

A short walk through the fields brings you to this interesting Neolithic monument but disappointedly there is absolutely no information about the stones. We should have read up on it before going!

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Reviewed 11 August 2018

If you’re visiting the beach at Enez Yar (that’s the Breton name; the French name is Ile de la Poule), this is a little site about five minutes’ walk along a side path just up the road from the car park. It’s a small ancient stone construction. It’s possible to climb on it if you’re agile, or inside it if you’re slim; but there is no information about it and I don’t imagine you will want to spend more than ten minutes there. There is no charge for visiting.

Thank Liz H
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