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The Crozon Peninsula

Crozon Peninsula

The Crozon Peninsula is heaven-on-earth with its turquoise waters, little creeks and charming villages

Carte de la presqu'île de CrozonFrom the Cap de la Chèvre in the south to the Pointe de Pen-Hir in the north, this peninsula offers landscapes to take your breath away. The beach of Île Vierge in Morgat is also acclaimed as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

The famous Tas de Pois of Pointe de Pen-Hir are next to the Lagatjar megalithic stone alignments, which are classed as historic monuments. Camaret-sur-Mer is home to an exceptional piece of French architecture, the Tour Vauban tower dating from the 17th century and classed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

As you enter the peninsula, the Pont de Térénez, inaugurated in 2011 and an impressive 515m long, is an engineering work of art that must not be missed.

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Top-of-the-range places
Finistère trails

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