The cemetery is the second island linked by a second bridge with Fadiouth. It is also a hill made by shells. The immense Calvary situated at the top of this cemetery is an excellent point of view to admire the “greniers à mil”, the Fadiouth’s village and its two magnificent wooden bridges. Graves are in majority catholic but some moslem fadiouthiens are buried there.
We go aboard on a dugout who goes along oyster beds and mangroves to reach “greniers à mil” and cemetery. We borrow then a wooden bridge to visit Fadiouth, its alleys and her church.To back to Joal, we cross on foot the long wooden bridge.