Sept-Iles. Seven kilometers from the pink rocks of Ploumanach, the granite chaos of the Sept-Iles archipelago spreads over Rouzic, Costans, Malban, Bono, Ile aux Moines, Ile Plate, and Cerfs. Forty hectares overlook the water at high tide. There are no people on these arid surfaces, with the exception of two lighthouse keepers who relay each other every 15 days. The Cordeliers monks came to pray in solitude on Ile aux Moines, the largest, in the 14th and 15th centuries. Today, the archipelago is a paradise for birds