Top things to do in Presqu’île de Crozon

Top Choice Natural Feature in Camaret-sur-Mer

Pointe de Pen-Hir

Three kilometres southwest of Camaret, this spectacular and sublime headland is bounded by steep, sheer sea cliffs. On a peninsula known for its breathtaking scenery, this might be the most impressive lookout of the…
Top Choice French in Crozon

Le Mutin Gourmand

There's no sea view (it's in Crozon's town centre), but this is the gourmet choice. With its intimate dining room, charming welcome and delicious cuisine, Le Mutin Gourmand has honed the art of dining to perfection.…
Natural Feature in Morgat

Cap de la Chèvre

The peninsula's most southerly point, Cap de la Chèvre is 8km south of Morgat, and offers stupendous panoramas of the Baie de Douarnenez and the Pointe du Raz. You'll be amazed by the contrast between the Mediterrea…
Farm in Presqu’île de Crozon

Ferme Apicole de Térénez

This intriguing place, 8km west of Le Faou on the D791, is abuzz with live bees that you can view in its honey museum. Depending on the season, you might also see busy-bee apiculteurs (beekeepers) Irène and Stéphane…
Museum in Landévennec

Musée de l'Ancienne Abbaye

The village is home to the ruined Benedictine Abbaye St-Guenolé (only the foundations remain). The abbey museum records the history of the settlement, founded by St Guenolé in 485 and the oldest Christian site in Br…
Brewery in Argol

Maison du Cidre de Bretagne

This farm and working cider factory produces cider, apple juice and vinegar. A visit takes you from the orchard to production and, of course, you get a tasting at the end, too. They also have two-hour introductory c…
Church in Camaret-sur-Mer

Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Rocamadour

Its timber roof like an inverted ship's hull, the 17th-century Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Rocamadour at the Pointe de Rocamadour is dedicated to the sailors of Camaret, who have adorned it with votive offerings of oars,…
Seafood in Morgat

Saveurs et Marées

Our pick of Morgat's clutch of restaurants has sweeping windows with full-on views of the sea from its breezy contemporary dining room and lovely sunny terrace. Tuck into consistently good, locally caught seafood (i…
Natural Feature in Crozon

Pointe de Dinan

The cliffs of Pointe de Dinan, 6.5km west of Crozon, provide a dramatic outlook over the sands of Anse de Dinan and the rock formations locally known as the Château de Dinan, which are linked to the mainland by a na…
Music in Morgat

Festival du Bout du Monde

Morgat's hosts this world music fest over three days.