The aptly named Belle-Île-en-Mer is an enchanting place. Here, the valleys bravely measure themselves against the tall rocks. Following them, you cross fields of gorse to reach a magnificent unspoilt beach. In the distance, you can see the typical whitewashed houses of the island in the original illustration. They are located at the foot of the Pointe des Poulains. This site, which has kept its retro style, had seduced the tragedian Sarah Bernhardt to the point of settling there. It shelters a port frequented by sailing boats and catamarans, protected by a lighthouse which can be reached on foot when the tide is low. The carefully prepared packaging allows a fast and safe delivery.