It turned out that it had looked much better from above and wasn´t really worth paddling out. So, I hit the road again and headed south, still sticking to the country roads near the coast. South of Audierne the coast easier accessible again and I made the odd detour to check a beach. It was flat and so I headed further south with another stop at a place I had visited before, the ruins of the Chapelle de Languidou, which exert some strange but irresistible magic on me.
From there it was just a short drive to the next magic place which I cannot pass without stopping, the Calvaire de Tronoën. The late afternoon light was beautiful, and I once again was stunned by the aura of the location and the stone statues on the Calvaire, despite these exquisite stonemasonries now being covered with much more moss that during my last visit. From here it was 10 minutes to my final destination of today, the beach of La Torche, where I wanted to spend the night.