Meneham Folk Village (Ecomusée) - Elephant Rocks by Beausoleil Star this if you like it!

We went to visit the ecomusée at Meneham on a gorgeous day in autumn. The most fun building was a 17th-century coastguard’s cottage with stone roof tucked between two huge rocks. It was built to spy on the sea in the period when France and England were at war. The village behind is of a later date, built in part to house customs men trying to stop smuggling. Later, farmers moved in, but in the last century it all fell to ruin until it was turned into a folk museum. They have tourist information, local crafts, foods and beverages and a very nice restaurant that includes outdoor dining. There are walks along the shore and beautiful beaches. The view here are the elephant rocks. From this angle, they are obviously elephants . . .

Kerlouan , France

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