Lying 8.5 kilometres from the town of Frehel, this is a popular site for various bird species which flock to its cliffs.
There are also two lighthouses, with one built in the 1950s, whilst the oldest dates back to 1685. Adding to the historic structures is the Rock Goyon Castle, with its circular towers and drawbridge being a reminder of the peninsula’s rich medieval history and heritage. A stretch of footpath winds its way throughout the coastal terrain and allows you to walk on the cliffs, facing the Emerald Coast and Channel Islands surrounded by sheets of heather and gorse.
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