Pointe de Penhir
With its 70m-high cliff, this headland on the Crozon peninsula enjoys an unforgettable view. The three formidable and isolated rocks below the cliff are known as the Tas de Pois. To the left, the Dinan headland is visible, while to the right, the St-Mathieu and Toulinguet headlands, the latter crowned by a lighthouse, can be seen. Behind, the Ménez-Hom can be made out, and in fine weather you can see as far as the Pointe de Raz and Sein island to the left, and Ouessant island to the right.