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Les Trois Pierres d'Erquy (anse des Célèzes-Port-Blanc)
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Dans l'anse des Célezes-Port Blanc, aussi nommée site des Trois Pierres, se trouve l'abri du canot de sauvetage, désaffecté depuis 1966, et qui fut construit en 1935 par la Société de Sauvetage des Naufragés pour abriter le second canot de sauvetage d'Erquy, le "Vice-Amiral Courbet".

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In the cove Célezes Port Blanc, also known site of the Three Rocks, is immune from life raft, abandoned since 1966, and was built in 1935 by the Society for Rescue of Shipwrecked host the second boat Rescue Erquy, the "Vice-Admiral Courbet.

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Tags: nature; pebble beach; sea; cove; cliff; rocks; les trois pierres; erquy; bretagne; france
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