We laid a course for the walled town of Concarneau, but were not able to make it before dark the next day. We opted to anchor in the Iles De Glenan. Still we arrived after dark and chose to anchor well out from the small bay at Ile De Saint-Nicolas, with only one other boat in sight. In the morning we were glad we had not entered the bay as it was chock a block full of boats and moorings.
We took the dinghy ashore and enjoyed a hike around the island. It is mostly a nature reserve, but has one set of what look like old farm buildings, now used as the offices for the conservancy, with a small dock and pub/restaurant.
|We land our Port-A-Bote at a lovely sandy beach.|
|Tour boats come for the day.|
|Farm buildings converted for conservancy offices, pub/restaurant.|
|They are off the grid, powered by wind and solar.|
|Every place seems to have a cross. Note tan (NOT).|