Overlooking the sea of more than 70 metres, the cliffs of shale and sandstone of Cap Fréhel offer one of the most beautiful views of Brittany.
Exceptional site, ornithological reserve, between gorse and heather, the walk leads to the famous Fort la Latte.
Have your eyes wide open, you’re on one of the most impressive sites in the region.
Overlooking an emerald sea, beaten by the winds, Cap Fréhel bewitches with its beauty and its shimmering colours.
Its sheer cliffs like walls are home to hundreds of nesting birds.
From the pointe du Grouin to the island of Bréhat, the Cap offers also 400 hectares of moorland, among the largest in Europe and a majestic lighthouse of 103 meters heigh.