In yesterday's blog, entitled Castle in Brittany [display], I briefly presented the Roche-Jagu castle, on the banks of a tidal river called the Trieux. Here's a splendid view of the site [photo © Olivier Chapuis]:
Motorists cross over this river near the lovely port of Lezardrieux:
The estuary of the Trieux is located a few kilometers to the north at the village of Loguivy.
Small boats based at Loguivy place lobster traps out in the Manche [the French name for the English Channel].
After leaving Loguivy, we drove to the secluded beach village of Bréhec. I took the following photo of this tiny poem of peaceful Breton beauty from the slopes of a neighboring promontory:
François took Christine and me to lunch at the Safran: a small restaurant near the beach.
It's an excellent place, with fine simple dishes. I was amused to learn that the friendly woman who runs the Safran actually migrated to Bréhec, not so long ago, from the mountain town of Villard-de-Lans… just up the road from my home in Choranche. As they say in the classics: It's a small world.