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The granite coast of Finistere North is dominated by huge rockformations. Due to the tide difference of 3 - 12 m between high and low tide, lots of seagrass, snails and mussels are washed ashore. Beaches consist of sand of different grain size, from rough like this to almost powder in the next bay. The beaches of Kerlouan are most spectacular. During low tide you can walk many hundreds of meters into the sea and discover spectacular granite islands like the one in the bg.

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