La Pointe du Raz is a masterpiece of nature, facing the impetuous Raz de Sein.
Alone or accompanied, your steps will lead you on the coastal path between moor and ocean, and there, in front of you, discover the grandeur of the panorama of the famous Raz de Sein, well known to sailors, with its lighthouses of La Vieille and Tévennec and the fascinating island of Sein.
In this setting of high cliffs covered with moors, exposed to the waves and winds, the Pointe du Raz is certainly the best-known natural site of Finistère, but other places much less famous, but just as fascinating make up this Great Site of France of more than 2,000 hectares.
Thus the north coast, which stretches from Pointe du Van to Pointe du Millier, offers a succession of rocky outcrops that were converted into fortified sites in the Iron Age. Nowadays, seabirds make their world of it, part of this space constitutes the Cap Sizun Reserve. It helps to provide them with the conditions necessary to preserve their habitats.