Camaret, Very'ach beach and Pointe de la Tavelle
The Veryach beach is a vast expanse of sand at low tide. At high tide, it practically disappears. It is a place much favoured by windsurfers and kayak enthusiasts. A small log cabin near the beach offers the tourist refuge, and excellent coffee, on windy days, and a wooden sun terrace when the weather is fine.
Over the sparkling Very'ach beach towers the Pointe de La Tavelle -- my favorite walk. One of the highest points (beside the Menez Hom at the centre of the peninsula), it offers a startling view stretching from Brest to the Pointe du Raz and the tiny island of Sein, and a number of breathtaking perspectives on the coast. The charm of Brittany is that one can enjoy the savage beauty of its scenery regardless of weather conditions.