Located opposite the town of Brest, the Crozon Peninsula, shaped like a cross, is surrounded by the Iroise Sea.
This piece of land in Finistère is an integral part of the Armorica Regional Nature Park that offers visitors all the wealth of its natural heritage. Sea side, you can enjoy the sight of a vast stretch of coastline, while breathtaking scenery is on display to the north at the Pointe des Espagnols, to the west at the three promontories in Camaret as well as to the south at Cap de la Chèvre with its magnificent view over the Bay of Douarnenez.
To explore the Crozon Peninsula in Brittany is to discover a rich historical heritage, unique natural areas, and pretty Breton ports like Camaret and Morgat. Whether hiking along the coastal footpath or going out on a boat ride: there are numerous ways of admiring cliffs, heather-covered moorland, turquoise waters, beaches and small coves.