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Une nuit étoilée à Erquy
France

Sur la plage du Centre d'Erquy...au cœur de l’agglomération, à l’abri du Cap, encadrée par le pittoresque village de Tu-es-Roc et la pointe de la Heussaye et longée par la digue piétonne du Boulevard de la Mer...

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Tags: beach; harbour; sand; night; stars; erquy; sea; bretagne; france
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