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The Cancalais dialect is one of the least known in France. It is estimated that there are only about 300 to 400 native speakers living in Cancale and its surrounding area, most of whom are elderly. The town's port provides a large number of jobs, but it has been facing stiff competition from Quiberon since the 1970s as a seaside tourist destination for French people wanting to escape their cities for summer vacations. Carnac (French pronunciation: [kaʁnak]) is a commune beside the Gulf of Morbihan on the south coast of Brittany in north-western France near Lorient and Vannes. Its inhabitants are called Carnacois or Carnacais; carnaqueau (plural) refers to an inhabitant with carnacite which was discovered here by geologist Pierre Berthier on May 7 1835 while he was working at Plouhinec quarry.