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Village de Gaoularc'h


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The cozy cottage "Ty ar Marc'h" (2-3 persons) is fully furnished and equipped. It boasts a charming kitchen garden and a spacious 600m² garden. Linens are provided for your convenience, and we warmly welcome your furry friends to join you. This rental is available throughout the year, offering you a delightful retreat whenever you desire.


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  • Pointe de Dinan: Located on the Crozon Peninsula, Pointe de Dinan offers breathtaking panoramic views of the rugged coastline and the Atlantic Ocean. Visitors can hike along the coastal paths, explore the ancient fortifications, and witness the power of the crashing waves.
  • Cap de la Chèvre: This stunning headland is known for its dramatic cliffs, pristine beaches, and crystal-clear waters. Cap de la Chèvre is a popular spot for hiking, picnicking, and birdwatching. The picturesque lighthouse adds to the charm of this natural attraction.
  • Morgat Beach: With its golden sandy beach and turquoise waters, Morgat Beach is a haven for sun-seekers and water sports enthusiasts. Visitors can swim, sunbathe, or try their hand at activities like paddleboarding and kayaking. The nearby promenade offers various restaurants, cafes, and shops.
  • Vauban Tower: Situated on the island of Île Vierge, Vauban Tower is a historic fortress built in the 17th century. This UNESCO World Heritage site provides a glimpse into France's maritime past and offers panoramic views of the coastline and surrounding islands.
  • Camaret-sur-Mer: This charming fishing village is renowned for its picturesque harbor, traditional Breton houses, and vibrant art scene. Visitors can explore the historic Vauban Tower, visit the local art galleries, and indulge in delicious seafood at the waterfront restaurants.
  • Océanopolis: Located in Brest, just a short distance from Crozon, Océanopolis is a fascinating ocean discovery park. It features various themed pavilions showcasing marine life from polar regions, tropical seas, and temperate waters. Visitors can learn about marine conservation, interact with sea creatures, and enjoy entertaining presentations.
  • La Pointe de Pen-Hir: Known for its breathtaking cliffs and rock formations, La Pointe de Pen-Hir is a must-visit for nature lovers and photographers. The scenic coastal trail offers incredible views of the ocean and the iconic "Tas de Pois" rock formations rising from the sea.
  • Menez-Hom: Standing at 330 meters, Menez-Hom is the highest point in the region and offers panoramic views of the peninsula and surrounding countryside. A popular destination for hikers and paragliders, the mountain is also rich in archaeological sites, including Neolithic burial mounds.
  • Locronan: A charming medieval village, Locronan is known for its well-preserved architecture and cobblestone streets. Visitors can wander through the narrow alleys, admire the beautiful granite houses, and visit the quaint shops selling local crafts and products. 10. Musee Memoires 39-45: Located in Plougonvelin, this museum provides a unique insight into the history of World War II in the region. Exhibits include artifacts, photographs, and personal stories, offering a sobering reminder of the impact of the war on the local community.

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