It seems to emerge from the waters. The surprising thing about the church of Saint Sauver is its figurehead. Its buildings, full of towers, are candles in the land of the ships that once sailed from here. Basque-style buildings seem to come from a valley of Gipuzkoa. It is a landmark site of the area and chairs the death of the river Steir Goz in the vast Atlantic Ocean with great secrecy in a sea of reeds and brambles. It's a place in the Crozon peninsula and it is the showcase of the Armorica Regional Nature Park. To its credit, it has the Maison de Pays (XVI-XVIII centuries). It houses a permanent exhibition about the history of the city, which includes costumes, plaster figures and photos of the area among many other things. It also contains a collection of photos of castles dating back to the 19th Century.