Tatihou is a small windswept island off the town of St Vaast, a resort so obscure to the English the tourist guide has not yet been translated on-line. English yachts visit knowing they will eat very well and find shelter from the south west winds.
There are walks to be had and museums to look at, history even.
However the point is the journey out through the oyster beds and crustaceous rocks.You can walk if you get the tides right or you can travel on the amphibious vehicle.If you miss it and the tide comes in you will have to wait for enough water for a boat home curled up on a sand dune.
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