Crozon is a peninsula with three prongs at the end: the northern one faces Brest, the western one the Atlantic, and the southern - well - towards the south. Rocky headlands, some with forts (from the Bronze age to the Second World War), alternate with unspoilt sandy beaches, and the fishing ports of Le Fret, Camaret and Morgat. Rather like western Pembrokeshire, but with a French ambience and different history. Ideal for family holidays away from big resorts.
It projects out into the Baie de Douarnenez, south of Brest.
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