A singular horizon
A small seaside resort on the Pink Granite Coast, Saint-Michel-en-Grève is known for its fine sandy beach, which is 4 kilometers long. But the commune is full of many other treasures, such as its 15th century church, built on Gallo-Roman remains, and dedicated to the Archangel Saint Michel. At high tide, admire the waves breaking against the enclosure of one of the few marine cemeteries in Europe, watering a few graves in the process. A few steps from this holy place, discover the streets of the Roman Way and Place du Martray, there are several remarkable houses typically Breton, with their slate roofs and granite walls.