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Walks in Crozon


Small port of the Peninsula of Crozon, this lovely city is the perfect departure for many activities (pedestrial or nautical). You should also discover the "Pointe du Kador" which was a cliff who was runing into the ocean. Today, it protects Morgat from huges winter's storm.

Cap de la Chèvre  

By staying at L'Hôtel de la Presqu'île, discover the "Cap de la Chèvre". To the south, this cliff faces to the north coast of the "Cap Sizun" and closes the bay of Douarnenez. This place is classified for its exceptionnal landscape. 

Camaret sur Mer 

Discover this pretty port by following the quay to the Rocamadour's chapel and the Vauban's Tower.  

La Pointe des Espagnols

The Pointe des Espagnols takes its name from a famous battle which took place during the spring 1594 where an immense French and English army blocked and attaqued the fort. The coastal road offers magnificient views

Ornithocological reserve of the Aber 

On the South of the peninsula, the swamp of the Aber concentrate an important bio diversity. We have counted not less than 53 differents species on the area. 


Come to Landevennec, small town of the peninsula, to discover the museum of the old Abbey. Created on the 5th century, this abbey is the oldest monastic fondation attested in Brittany. Down the ruins takes place a vegetables garden and a botanical garden where there is more than 100 plants. Signs make you discover their using.


The "Menez Hom", about at 20 kilometers of Crozon, actually protected site by Natura 2000, is tall of 330 meters and is the last high top before the sea. It offers a paronamical lookout at 360 degrees. Many ways start from the mount accross the atypicals landscapes at the entry of the peninula.


Having its name from Saint Ronan, fondator of this city during the 10th century, this little town has fabulously conserveted this houses from the Renaissance and its beautiful church from the 15th century.
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