The majestic headlands of Cap Fréhel.
The Cap Frehel is lighthouse and fortified castle stright out of a story book.The wild and windswept area around the Cap Frehel peninsulea has got plenty to interest. It's a paradise for birds.The bird sanctuary is located next to the Cap Frehel and hosts a diversity of birds.
Bracing walks, soaring cliffs, attractive beaches, stunning views over the Emerald Coast and the Channel Islands, a seabird reserve, an historic lighthouse and a fortified castle straight out of a story book.
At the head of the Cap are two lighthouses. The taller one, 98ft (30m) high, with a calorie-burning 145 steps, was built in 1950 and its beam can reach up to 68 miles (110km). The smaller one, no longer in use, was constructed in 1685.