The highest spot marking the end of Brittany's Montagnes Noires, Menez-Hom hill stands at 330 metres above sea level.
Located at the entrance of the Crozon Peninsula, it mainly overlooks the Bay of Douarnenez, offering a stunning panorama with a view of the entire area. Steeped in history, it's one of Armorica's sacred mountains. The source of many legends, its landscape consisting of conifers, moorland, heath and stones is especially intriguing when the sea mist mingles with the elements.
Frequented by and popular with hikers, Menez-Hom is also an ideal starting point in Finistère for paragliding enthusiasts.