From Pointe Saint Mathieu to aber Ildut

In this treeless, ever-windy landscape, an important industry was the exploitation of wrack. In French it’s goĆ©mon, from the Breton word, or varech, which has the same Anglo-Scandivian root as the English word. It was used as a fuel, fertiliser, and animal feed. As you walk along the cliff top, you can still see theContinue reading “From Pointe Saint Mathieu to aber Ildut”