Maîtr'Île, 'La Marmotière', La Blanche Île, (These are the largest islands) and
Les D'mies, La Grand' Naithe,
L'Êtchièrviéthe, Lé Fou, La Froutchie.
There is an old abbey on La Maître Ile, (Maîtr'Île) which dates back to the time when Les Écréhous were a part of France.
The French quite recently invaded Les Écréhous! In 1993 and then again in 1994 a party came over from Normandy and raised Norman flags. This was as a gesture indicating that they thought the tiny islands should be a part of France and also as protest against Channel Island fishing regulations. In 1993 they actually pulled down the Union Jack and when prior news of the "invasion" of 1994 reached the ears of Jersey, the Honorary Police of St Martin were there waiting guarding the flag. All the French "guests" did was have lunch and one of the party, who was a Priest, said mass on the islands, creating a shape of a church using seaweed with which he also made an altar.