This 1907, original wooden salt-shaker tower is easy to find. It sits practically on the roadside of Route 134, adjacent to the Cocagne Bridge. Although the interior of the lighthouse is not open to the public, this is a great place to stop for a picnic, as tables are provided on site. There's also an excellent fish market just across the road, a gift shop next door and a jewellery shop nearby. The lighthouse is not active.
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