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Cycling day 10: Taking the Passage du Gois

So this morning with bright sunshine I left my beloved St. Brevin-les-pins and headed towards Pornic which is very famous for its old town and harbour.

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After having the obligatory ice-cream I continued the cyclepath along the coast – it remind me on my trip to the Bretagne 3 years ago.

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But than you’ve to enter the countryside again and cycle along canals and so you come to the ‘Vendee’ which is very flat.
The highlight now is the Passage du Gois, where you can cross a path only twice a day for 3 hours – it depends on the tide. But your also can get shells and so many people go there to catch them easily.

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After passing this with dry wheels I cycled half of the island around and my campingsite which I was two years ago…Now as I’m writing the blog I swing in the hammock having had lunch with my gas cooker…perfect day!

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