Group 2

The peninsula
of Crozon

What to visit in Crozon?

A nature rich in history

If you're wondering what to visit in Crozon, the pink caves of the seaside resort of Morgat are a great start to discover the magic of the Breton landscape. The itinerary can be continued by exploring the ruins of the abbey of Saint-Guénolé and the Vauban Tower of Camaret-sur-Mer, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Magical landscapes

Between waves and cliffs

At Lagatjar, the 87 menhirs over 3 m high that stand on the peninsula evoke a thousand-year-old and enigmatic past, while at the Pointe de Pen Hir, impressive rocks, known as "Tas de Pois" (pea heaps), protrude into the sea and contribute to the undeniable charm of the Crozon peninsula. The most curious visitors will find something to quench their thirst for adventure and history by finishing their journey by contemplating the coastline from the top of the cliffs of the Pointe des Espagnols.