This lighthouse dates back to 1860 but was rebuilt in 1946 after being destroyed during the Second World War.
Built from pink granite, the lighthouse is perched on the cliff edge and is supported by irregular layers of granite clusters. Beside its sculptured granite rocks, the cliff has a textured landscape of shrubs and heather. There is a meandering path which leads you to the lighthouse where inside, you can discover the preserved and multicoloured Odorico mosaics. Outside the lighthouse, you can see the boundless sea and the Costaérès Castle.