It was late November and a lovely day for walking.
We joined the path just down the road from where our apartment was - it looked an easier walk than the Pembrokeshire coastal path and I had read that it is possible to walk all the way from Boulouris to le Dramont. We soon found that the way was more difficult than it looked with some tricky rocks to negotiate, so decided to take our time going as far as we could and leave Cap du Dramont for another day.
That turned out to be the right decision - the lovely bright sunshine turned very quickly to dusk as the sun went down and we came home in the dark.
But it was a lovely walk - sometimes catching a magical light - and we ended up taking at least a stroll there every day of our stay in Boulouris.
1792 Route De La Corniche, Boulouris-sur-Mer, 8370
Good for: Solo
This is sadly a very common problem in many towns in France -streets fouled by dogs.
It was particularly bad in Boulouris on our last visit. When we arrived for a two week stay the boucherie was closed for annual holdays.
We expected on the morning it reopened to find that the disgusting mess on the doorstep had been removed. On the contrary it remained until after we had left at the end of another week. Needless to say we did not enter that shop to make a purchase.