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  • La pointe du Millier

    La pointe du Millier

    La pointe du Millier is located by the Iroise sea, to the north of Cap Sizun. It is a place for strolling and hiking, which lets you contemplate the west Brittany shores.
    At the end of this cape, you can see the Millier lighthouse, which backs onto a small keeper's house. Built in 1881, its lantern is located 34 metres above sea level.

  • La Pointe du Van

    La Pointe du Van

    La Pointe du Van is similar to La Pointe du Raz, but it is less well known and touristy, therefore conserving its wilder side. They both surround the Bay of the Dead.
    La Pointe du Van gives you an overview of the Cap de la Chèvre and the other points of Cap Sizun. It is a popular strolling and hiking place, especially over the rocks.

  • Cidrerie Kerné

    Cidrerie Kerné

    At the Cidrerie Kerné, you will find a real Breton, craft cider. Moreover, it has the IGP Bretagne certification which confirms that it is cider made in Brittany, with Brittany cider apples.
    The cider works is the oldest in Finistère.
    Founded in 1947 by Pierre Bosser in a traditional workshop, the cider works invites you to come and visit the workshop, which is now a shop. Kerné provides pure juice cider in 4 ranges: Kerné, fruity Kerné, sweet Kerné and Keltys organic cider.

  • Hénaff Pâté Centre

    Hénaff Pâté Centre

    Near to Pouldreulzic, don't miss out on a stop at the museum and the shop dedicated to the famous Hénaff Pâté. The brand of the blue and yellow tin is the subject of exhibitions which retrace the story of this cult product in Brittany. Photographs, accounts and films will immerse you in the development of the Hénaff company, from its birth with Jean Hénaff to our times. At the end of the visit, you can bring back souvenirs that the shop offers, or you can relax in the teahouse area.

  • Pointe de la Torche

    Pointe de la Torche

    The Pointe de la Torche or Beg an Dorchenn, in Breton, means "the edge of the mound". Advancing into the sea, La Torche is a rocky outcrop, a wild land which delineates the south of the bay of Audierne.
    This impressive natural peninsula, battered by the winds, is a known spot for surfing fans and hikers who come to discover its megalithic sites.
    Spring is one of the best seasons to go there: at this period in the year, the point is covered in tulips of varying colours.

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