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Équihen-Plage

Sonalika Debnath
The hull of the boat was transformed into the roof, and was laden with tar to make it watertight. Spruced up with modern amenities, these homes can now be rented with prices starting from about 300 Euros.Lake Hillier - Australia's Pink Brew
Sonalika Debnath
Off the coast of northern France, this quirky seaside village is brimming with beautiful beaches, camp sites and cozy homes of the locals, that are in fact, upside down boats. In the early 1900s, this peaceful spot, called Quartier des Quilles en l’Air, (neighbourhood of keels in the air) was synonymous with fishing. The boats that were destroyed on the shore were used by local fishermen as roofs for a makeshift shelter.