The town is on the western peninsula of Brittany and its cliffs are coated in green and lavender-coloured heather, providing rare panoramic views of the coastline.
You can walk along its endless white sandy beaches or surf at the La Palue beach. The arched cliffs and creeks provide sites for canoeing, allowing you to discover the town’s different landforms. The popular GR34 hiking trail runs through Crozon with the far-reaching views of Brittany’s coastline. You can also explore the local area through the Maison des Minéraux Museum which reveals the history of the town’s geology through its exhibitions.