In the Bay of Morlaix, facing Carantec, Callot island doesn't reveal itself to just anyone ! The little piece of land, shaped like a seahorse, has two distinct characters : at low tide, it's a peninsula, but at high tide it becomes an island. you can reach it by foot, by bike or by car, at low tide crossing over a path that is submersed when the waters rise with every tide. 

Careful to the timestables, specified on a display at the entrance of the channel, it is estimated that you'll crossing two hours before et until the low tide. 

the foreshore that separated Callot from the mainland is the ideal place for shellfish-gathering, for lovers of fresh cockles and clams.

Callot has many assets, 2 kilometers long, you'll exploring the coastal walks nearby, the wonderful creeks and sandy beaches, the sunset and breathlytaking panoramic views.

Place rich in legends and heritage (Chapel Notre dame, Goëmons oven, ...), you can enjoy Callot at high tide, the old school on the island has been renovated into a holiday home, accommodated up to 10 guests. 

To prepare your visit in the Callot island, don't forget to check the timetables.


Area : Baie de Morlaix
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