Heading east to west from Le Conquet on the mainland the archipelago includes Ile de Beniguet, Ile de Quemenes...
Ile de Trielen, Ile de Molene, Ile de Banalec and Ile de Bannec.
The Drummond Castle museum
The 'Museum of Drummond Castle' on the island commemorates the efforts of the islanders to help the sinking ship of that name in 1896
The Maison de l’Environnement Insulaire
It opens at weekends, explains the island’s natural riches; in high season, guided walks are organized from here. Look out for possibilities of boat trips round the archipelago, and for details on musical events. But in a place like this, all activities are pleasurably small scale.
The church, which dominates the village, is in 19th-century Breton style. It replaced a previous edifice that suffered the full force of destructive weather.
A protected beach lounges by the harbour, but beware of strong currents elsewhere. The obvious expedition on Molène is to walk all the way round the coastal path. The Maison de l’Environnement Insulaire, open at weekends, explains the island’s natural riches; in high season, guided walks are organized from here.