The Saint Martin Church was interesting. This church was in the center of the village....Very old and battered. When I took picturesof the Nave I got some odd orbs in one photo.
This church was built around 1100. The Nave and the porch are the oldest parts. The stained glass on the wall opposite the Nave is wonderful.
The centre of this village is fairly small, with a parking space in front of the bridge, and a square just beyond that. This view is from the Pleiades Hotel, and shows the bridge leading to the marina. A very nice place to relax in.
The nice little boats in the marina give it enough charm and authenticity, as it is still a small local harbour and nothing more. There are few fishing boats, so the whole estuary has retained much of its character.
The beach of Port-Bail is just beyond the marina, and can be accessed by foot from there, or by car by going further a long the road towards the north-west. A typical ocean beach, it stretches depending on the tides.
When the tide goes out here it REALLY goes out. The entire harbor was a sea of mud. Pretty cool to see. There was a great fresh fish seller on the docks.
This landscape of this estuary changes with every tide, and is a nice view along a stroll to the beach.