The Bay of Saint Brieuc
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The Bay of Saint-Brieuc is rated as the world's fifth most important bay due to its tidal amplitude: the sea can retreat over 7 km, uncovering landscapes of exceptional variety.

Listed as a nature reserve, there are more than 120 bird species here, such as Brent Geese, ducks or Eurasian Curlews. This region is also renowned for its mussel farming and scallop fishing.

(See also Saint Brieuc)




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