Historical city of the North Finistère, Saint-Pol-de-Léon about 7100 inhabitants, offers visitors its 13 kilometers of coastline. It opens with one of the most beautiful bays in northern Britain, which is home to rare bird sanctuary. Old episcopal city, it boasts cathedral built from the 13th to the 16th century, its chapel Kreisker (XIV ) whose bell tower 78 meters surpasses all those in the region. It still has many houses, mansions and monuments built in the time of economic apogee ( XVI and XVII ). It is backed by an outstanding rural activity, " Phytopôle Britain ", which makes it the first French horticultural and vegetable dish basin.