Brittany: Belle-Ile-en-mer Sculptures Fish Oars Patman

Belle-Ile-en-mer / Brittany – France / Unique creations: sculptures, fish oars, painting, stories of the sea at Belle-Ile. When we think of the trim-built ships and yachts that now cover the ocean far and … These enormous boats, or little ships, were propelled by means of oars.

Report HD – TVBI – July 23, 2015

PATMAN – Gallery
Rue Vauban
56360 LOCMARIA Belle Ile en Mer ( France )
Tel : 00 33(0)2 97 31 99 15

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Belle-Île-en-Mer, is a French island off the coast of Brittany in the département of Morbihan, and the largest of Brittany’s islands. It is 14 kilometres (8.7 miles) from the Quiberon peninsula.

The island measures 17 by 9 kilometres (10.6 by 5.6 miles) and has an average altitude of 40 metres (130 feet). The area is about 84 square kilometres (32 square miles). The coasts are a mixture between dangerously sharp cliff edges on the southwest side, the Côte Sauvage (‘wild coast’), and placid beaches, the largest being les Grands Sables (‘the great sands’) and navigable harbours on the northeast side. The island’s climate is oceanic, having less rain and milder winters than on the mainland.

The two main ports are Le Palais (accessible by ferry from Quiberon, Port-Navalo and Vannes) and Sauzon (accessible by ferry from Quiberon and Lorient).

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