A little tour

On the Peninsula

Beaches… for all pleasures

You want to enjoy these gems andbook your vacation on the Crozon peninsula.
Whether you prefer large expanses of white sand, intimate coves and their turquoise waters or green river banks, you will inevitably find the landscape to suit your mood of the moment! Discover our range of coastal settings here, with or without waves…

Plage de Trez Rouz

Trez Rouz

Magnificent sandy beach on the Atlantic coast, unsupervised swimming authorized.
Length 330m.
In summer, the Le Boucanier food truck offers you its homemade cuisine a few dozen meters above the beach.
Plage de la Palue

The Palue

Large beach next to Lostmarc'h beach, a popular spot for certain water sports, facing the West and the Tas de Pois. Swimming strictly prohibited.

Plage de Pen Hat

Pen Had

Facing west, Pen Had beach, the wildest in Camaret, is the unmissable place for lovers of space and sea spray, with its gentle slopes dotted with dunes and a breathtaking view of Lion Rock and the tip of Toulinguet.

Be careful, swimming is strictly prohibited (presence of baïnes and strong currents).

Plage de l'Île Vierge

Virgin Island

With its Mediterranean beach feel and maritime pines, the wild cove of the virgin island is THE UNUSUAL PLACE THAT WILL SURPRISE YOU in Brittany. By boat, by kayak, on foot along the GR34, or by fins/mask/snorkel, come and discover this jewel of nature in all its glory... upon arrival, the reward is great!Please note, given the repeated passages and the risk of landslides, pedestrian access to the beach is strictly prohibited., to be appreciated from the trail :)

Hikes on the GR34

A vast stone cross, at the tip of Brittany, the Crozon Peninsula reveals all its charms with its incomparable colors: lagoon blue, peat brown, heather mauve, bright white rocks...

From the Ria de l'Aulne to the Sommet du Ménez-Hom, from the Pointe de Pen Hir to the Cap de la Chèvre via the Château de Dinan, the landscapes are changing: open, multi-colored moorland, steep cliffs on the Atlantic coast, ruffled dunes, gentle slopes of Menez-Hom, so many varied landscapes that will not leave you indifferent.

Culture & Heritage

 

A land rich in a cultural heritage unique in the world, the Presqu'île invites you on a journey through time through multiple visits and exhibitions in places steeped in history.

Close your eyes and let the stones tell you their story... Because here is an exceptional built heritage which recounts centuries of life in the land and on the coasts: churches and chapels, parish enclosures, fishermen's houses, megalithic alignments, museums and artists' galleries... but also military and defensive constructions as evidenced by the numerous fortifications present along the entire coastline.

On the Crozon Peninsula, a change of scenery is guaranteed!

The steps

 

Enjoy local products and meet their producers.

A great time to spend in our markets and a treat on the plate!

On the Crozon Peninsula, fun is guaranteed!

For a restaurant outing

Relaxing on the terrace, tasting with friends, crepe evenings with the family... The cafes and restaurants of Camaret will know how to make you spend a pleasant moment rich in flavors. Pleasure and conviviality around the table are here!

Hôtel de France

The Quay of Flavors

19, quai Gustave Toudouze
29570 Camaret-sur-Mer
Tel. +33 (0)2 98 27 93 06

Two atmospheres and the same gourmet pleasure!
The restaurant Le Quai des Saveurs, located on the Crozon peninsula, invites you on a journey full of marine flavors in its two rooms, one with a colorful contemporary decor on the ground floor and the second with its view breathtaking panoramic view of the port of Camaret…

Open every day from April to November
Lunch: from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.
+ Afternoon menu from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. (in summer)
Dinner: 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Le Styvel

The Styvel

2, Quai du Styvel
29570 Camaret-sur-Mer
Tel. +33 (0) 298 27 92 74

Traditional and family cuisine

Traditional seafood cuisine, fish from our coasts.
Breton lobster, and scallop skewer.
Meats and daily specials.
The restaurant and terrace benefit from a panoramic and unobstructed view (without parking opposite) of the port, the Vauban tower and the Notre-Dame-de-Rocamadour chapel.

Mémé Germaine

At Mémé Germaine’s

Veyriac'h beach
29570 Camaret-sur-Mer
Tel. +33 (0) 298 73 37 50

Bistro / wine bar / Crêperie

Located at the tip of Pen Hir, magnificent sea view and place for this bar-crêperie. Specialties of peasant, Breton, Nordic and English pancakes.

accepted animals

Crêperie de la Marine

Bistro - Crêperie La Marine

27, quai Gustave-Toudouze
29570 Camaret-sur-Mer
Tel. +33 (0)983 66 03 42

Generous pancakes, just like the owners
“I loved the “La Marine” creperie, its simple, relaxed, warm atmosphere - its friendly and efficient service - its succulent pancakes and crepes - its cider. A must-see place in the port of Camaret. I highly recommend this creperie. Looking forward to being able to come back.🧡”

Pub le Donegan

Donegan Pub

39, quai Gustave-Toudouze
Camaret-sur-Mer
Tel. +33 (0) 298 27 98 16

Bar, pub, pizzeria.

Bar Pub on the port right next to the harbor master's office, wide choice of beers and whiskeys, pizzas to take away or eat on site. Irish pub atmosphere

La Rhumerie

Café - Burgers La Rhumerie

36, quai Gustave-Toudouze
29570 Camaret-sur-Mer
Tel. +33 (0)658 90 85 91

So, what is Rhumerie Café Burgers???

There are more than 25 house-arranged rums accompanied by around twenty old rums.
It’s 10 beers on tap and a range of cocktails.
It's homemade burgers and fries, prepared and made on site.
It’s a 350g entrecote that’s so tasty.

But it is also an atmosphere on 2 floors, with industrial/vintage decor lulled by pop rock music.

Le Notic

Bar Le Notic

15, quai Gustave-Toudouze
29570 Camaret-sur-Mer
Tel. +33 (0)983 66 03 42

The no-frills bar with a lively atmosphere

“A must-visit place in Camaret for a drink with friends. Top decor and drinks too. (Paul recommends the soup)”

“Great place to end the evening”

Tiny bar but with a great atmosphere. Plus, it has the best prices on the dock for a drink.”

Bar a huitres Les viviers de la pêche camaretoise

Oyster bar / Camaret fishing ponds

Fishing port
Quai Louis-Auguste-Tephany
29570 Camaret-sur-Mer

Tel. +33 (0) 298 86 31 48

Buy your fish, crabs or lobsters and enjoy oysters with a little Muscadet.

On a beautiful wooden terrace, exposed to the sun all day, fans can enjoy oysters with a small glass. In the premises, which benefit from a temporary occupation authorization issued by the town hall, Éric and Yannick have installed fishponds, welcoming their catches and those of colleagues from Camaret. They therefore offer direct sales of fish, shellfish and crustaceans every day (depending on availability).

Discover the Presqu’Île with Océ’Ânes

At the tip of Brittany, on the Crozon peninsula, the last stop before the “big blue”, the Océ'âne farm welcomes you.
Wherever you are on the peninsula, the sea is never far away: shores, fishing ports, white sand beaches, high cliffs, coastal paths... await you.
An original way to explore these magnificent landscapes, alone, in pairs, with family or in a group, Océ'âne pack donkeys will be the ideal companions for your hikes, for a day or on circuits lasting several days , prepared by us…

Excursions on the Ponant Islands

Discover the islands of Ouessant, Molène or Sein from the port of Camaret-sur-Mer

You also have the possibility of departures all year round from the ports of Conquet (around 1h30 drive from Penty). Or by plane from Brest-Guipavas airport to Ouessant (around 1 hour drive).

A departure every Thursdays ofApril at June and in September
An open ferry terminalApril at September
I count approximately 1 hour crossing
1 free parking near the station
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