Ria d'Etel

The river of Etel forms an inland bay called "ria" before it reaches the sea. It's called in French "Ria d'Etel" or in Breton "Stêr an Intel". There are a number of islands, some barely big enough to accomodate a house, and the jagged coastline creates many peninsulas and small coves. The area produces some very tasty oysters.
Villages around the 'ria' can be proud of their very rich historical heritage : dolmens and standing stones (menhirs), pretty chapels, holy springs (fontaines), picturesque harbours and much more.

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