Discover the “end of the world” and its natural and cultural treasures, for a memorable day where relaxation and well-being will be your guides.
Here, all the pleasures of the sea and the land await you: from the banks of the maritime Aulne to the Pointe de Pen-Hir, passing through the green creeks of the Cap de la Chèvre, come and savor a wild and authentic Brittany!
Located at 1 hour from the Camping du Goulet, you will pass by the Terenez Bridge, 515 meters long. A true architectural work, it was inaugurated in 2011 and was awarded in 2014 by the International Concrete Federation.
The peninsula of Crozon is full of natural points giving rise to breathtaking landscapes. You can go through Morgat, a small seaside resort where you can find cafés, restaurants, stores… You can also take a boat trip to discover the sea caves of Morgat.
Then, heading towards Cap de la Chèvre, you can discover the beach of Ile Vierge. After a walk along the cliff on the GR34, you will discover small creeks of fine sand bordered by a turquoise sea.
On your way back to Camaret, don’t forget to stop at the Penhir point and its famous pea piles.
Finally, in Camaret-sur-Mer you can walk along the port and see the Vauban Tower listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since July 7, 2008.
The Crozon peninsula is the most original of the Breton peninsulas, a mystery of stone and sea with breathtaking landscapes.