St. Tugen Chapel
Former 16th century trevial church and parish enclosure
The Saint-Tugen chapel, on the road to Pointe du Raz from Audierne, its monumental tower, without spire, seems to watch over the whole of the surrounding countryside as well as the nearby sea, like a old dungeon. Located in the heart of a charming granite village, this chapel built in the Renaissance is without doubt one of the most majestic constructions of Cap-Sizun.
Also go in search of the parish churches and their charming granite towns or even the solitary chapels that dot the countryside and the coast. During your walks, you will discover unique places such as the Saint-They chapel, perched on the impressive cliffs of Pointe du Van. A network of 30 religious buildings reflecting a pious maritime and peasant life.