Saint-cado island / Brittany – Charming hamlet built on an island in the heart of the river, Saint-Cado, connected to the mainland by a bridge, is a must. Charming hamlet built on an island in the heart of the river, Saint-Cado, connected to the mainland by a bridge, is a must.
Let yourself be seduced by the adorable fishing houses and the beautiful Romanesque chapel open every day in season. At sunset, the view of this small village is superb. The island is so small that it also features a coastal path, where you can walk all the way around without breaking into a sweat. it is the perfect way to take in the relaxed charm of such a small, close-knit community. But, these aren’t the qualities that has made it famous. A stone’s throw to the south-west of Saint-Cado is an even tinier islet, Nichtarguer. Its view has had adorned many postcard and magazine over the years.
You can admire the famous little house with blue shutters set on the rocky islet of Nichtarguer. Also known as the oyster house as it was once the home of an oyster park keeper and his family. It has a diameter of just 25 meters at high tide. Low tide reveals an extra 100m of land. Currently uninhabited, this house invites you to dream and makes you want to stay there for the summer holidays. You will surely meet a few painters or photographers immortalising the landscape and the legendary history of this little corner of the world, which has become one of the most famous clichés in Brittany.
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