From the top of its 302 metres, the 360° panorama provides an outstanding view over almost all of the Trégor.
On a clear day, the view from the panoramic table stretches as far as the Monts d’Arrée and the Pink Granite coast.
It’s possible to reach the summit by car, on foot, on horseback or bicycle. Here you will find the Chapelle St-Hervé whose original foundations may date back as far as the 6th century. The chapel is classed as a Historical Monument and contains modern stained glass windows which were created in nearby Pontrieux. Open Sunday afternoons.
The 15th of August sees the famous Fête du Cheval, one of the last ancient festivals celebrating the Breton draft horses that played such an indispensable role in life on the farm in times gone by. Such was their importance, that it was more common to call out the vet than the doctor !