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Pointe du Raz, Plogoff

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A dramatic place with crashing waves and strong winds, Pointe du Raz is a promontory that extends into the Atlantic. The local Breton name for the point is Beg or Raz, and the name means "the end of the world." The lighthouse "La Vieille" is clearly visible from the rocks, and you can walk the breathtaking cliff top to view the perilous waters, the intriguing island, and charming fishing ports. Make Pointe du Raz part of your personalized Plogoff itinerary using our Plogoff vacation trip planner.
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  • What a breathtaking place - especially if the sea breeze is up. We were fortunate that we got a good day. The paths are well laid out, and I would recommend going to the visitor centre first where the...  more »
  • This wonderful place, on the French coast, where the sun and the Atlantic Ocean come together into one outstanding performance. Loved walking this amazing coastal path. Great place to photograph the c...  more »
  • We visited the "land's end" of France. It is beautifully maintained with discrete fences to keep people of the heather and natural beauty. Unfortunately we chose a foggy day so we didn't see much view...  more »