This villa is a tall gothic, jewel, among the small houses of Breton. It's full of religious buildings and organized cattle fairs. Its charm is hard to beat. This town has enchanted artists from all around the country, so much so, that Henri Matisse spent time in this area during the late nineteenth century for inspiration for his work. Its origin, like that of much of Britain, comes from a feudal fortification . It has a sheltered harbor, abandoned today, which served the town from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century. Food is very important in this area, maybe more so than other regions in France.
Like a constable overlooking the seashore, is the whitewashed Cap Sizun Lighthouse. A place to reflect near Finisterre, which invites all visitors to its peaceful environment. The paths leading here invite the public to its peace and tranquility. Its coastline is legendary. Small coves surrounding this place and hidden stone beaches are two of its main attractions. There are small boats entering and leaving the port as if detached from their destination, in search of the future. The wild coast is frozen in time creating a unique environment. A special place for writers and novelists who seek inspiration.