The Cap de la Chèvre is located on the southern point of the Crozon peninsula. Cliffs, covered in moors and long sandy beaches, renowned with surfers and closed to swimmers, overlook the west coast.
Other wonders to see from the Cap de la Chèvre: the bay of Douarnenez, the Bay of the Dead, Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon (from afar) and even the cave of Charivari only accessible by boat during the spring tide.
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.
Océanopolis is a centre for industrial and technical maritime science in Brest and offers a natural and scientific approach to the marine world. Its amazing aquariums harbour all kinds of different ocean worlds.
You'll need about three hours to visit the three Océanopolis buildings (polar, tropical and temperate) where you can see sharks, penguins and some 10,000 animals of over 1,000 different species.
The fauna and flora of the entire ocean is celebrated here!
This fortified spot, the Fort du Questel was erected in the 18th century by Vauban on the request of Louis XVI to ensure the protection of the Brest district. The Fort towers over the Allégoet valley with a square plan, accommodating over 200 men.
In the 80s and 90s, the Fort was restored. Cleaned up and cleared of brushwood, the place was totally rehabilitated.
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.