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Justice Point

Justice Point

Credit : Bertrand Royer

Walk past the camping site and take the path through the dune above the beach.

The name of this point is a reference to the judiciary powers of St-Jacut’s abbot in medieval times, abbot who had the “droit de gibet” (right to hang people) there. Today the only executions are the 14th of July fireworks.
From this point, a very beautiful view of the maritime marshes of Beaussais, of Lancieux and the Châtelet harbour, is enjoyed.

Continue towards the end of the bay and walk on the dike to the Zone Artisanale.

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Rue de la Manchette
22750 Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer
Lat : 48.59126Lng : -2.18194
0 m
5 years

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