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The Crozon Peninsula extends far into the sea; nowhere else, except perhaps at the Pointe du Raz, do the sea and coast reach such heights of grim beauty. Gaze down the steep sheer cliffs and admire the colour of the rocks as the waves smash onto the reefs. The best views are to be had from the Pointe des Espagnols, over Brest harbour, the magnificent Pointe de Penhir, the Pointe de Dinan further south and, lastly, Cap de la Chèvre at the tip of the Bay of Douarnenez.

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    sergedaniel

    5/5

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    • Language: fra
    • Position : As a couple

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    4/5

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    • Language: gbr
    • Position : As a couple

    Pros

    Good scenery, especially Pointe du Dinan. Church in Crozon well worth visiting. The retable of the 10000 martyrs in the south aisle is superb. Nice fountain and lavoir at Roscanvel Can walk round the stones at alignments de Lagatjar Nice walk from small settlement of Lostmarc’h down towards the headland.

    Cons

    Camaret was very busy especially at lunchtime. Point des Espagnol disappointing. West side more interesting to drive as open moorland. East side is more built up. Ruins of the old abbey of St Gunole, Landevennec were disappointing. Admire and take pictures through gateway. Don't bother to pay to go in.

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