Crozon’s must-sees

The Crozon peninsula is an extraordinary site in Finistère, France’s most westerly department, in the Brittany region. With its “end of the world” vibe, the Presqu’Île de Crozon is part of the Armorique Regional Nature Park, and juts out into the Mer d’Iroise. Its jagged coastline, cliffs, beaches and lush green landscapes offer a wild and unspoilt natural environment. A perfect destination for lovers of the great outdoors. Discover our selection of must-see sites on the Crozon peninsula.

The most beautiful panoramas of the Crozon peninsula

Surrounded by the sea, the Crozon peninsula is packed with sites offering breathtaking views over the Iroise Sea, the Bay of Douarnenez and the Rade de Brest. With its cliffs, heavenly beaches and the GR34 coastal path,, make the most of your getaway on the Peninsula to discover some fabulous scenery.

Towns and villages of the Crozon peninsula

The Crozon peninsula is made up of 7 communes and numerous small hamlets. We’ve compiled for you a selection of the region’s most popular tourist towns and villages. Once devoted to military defence, moorland work and coastal fishing, activities have gradually turned towards seaside tourism.

Places steeped in history on the Crozon peninsula

The Crozon Peninsula invites you to take a trip back in time. With its unique cultural heritage, the peninsula boasts a number of sites steeped in history: megaliths, dolmens, fortifications, religious buildings… Step back in time and explore these sites, which tell the story of thousands of years of life.

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