Crozon Morgat, a generally quiet little coast village on the Brittany coast
, wakes up in the summer months and becomes a lively seaside resort during the holiday period offering all the pleasures of a seaside holiday destination. In particular on the quays, the marina and of course the beaches. Stroll around the charming quays or along the beachfront and admire the colourful little houses that look out over the Ocean. Visit the famous caves and stunning creeks nearby and enjoy a relaxing evening trying the local shellfish or listening to live music with artists from the peninsula playing pop, reggae or folk music ! If you’ve booked your holiday rental in Crozon Morgat
in August you will be able to attend the Festival du Bout du Monde with its international artists along with many other events on the festive agenda planned to satisfy summer visitors. Whether on a summer holiday with family or friends, this charming seaside town really has everything to offer.
With its 12km of beaches and coves, nautical activities are one of the main attractions in Crozon Morgat. To fully enjoy your beach holiday
in Crozon Morgat, get in touch with one of the many water sport centres or clubs which offer a range of leisure activities for all tastes, ages and levels. You will have the opportunity to explore the seabed by diving in the waters off the Crozon Morgat beach. You can also rent dinghies or kayaks and take your time to explore the hidden nooks of this stunning coastline where, you’re bound to meet many varied specimens of marine wildlife from seabirds to crabs. Those looking to make the most of the constant sea breezes can rent catamarans, kite surf or windsurfing equipment guaranteeing hours of excitement in and on the water. There are also plenty of boat trips organised if you prefer to just sit back and take in the scenery. The beaches located to the west of the peninsula benefit from world-renowned surf spots with equally renowned currents so beginners abstain. You could always take lessons and become a surfer yourself – there are surfing schools that welcome budding beginners from a very young age !
While visiting the ‘end of the earth’, get your hiking shoes on and head off to explore the incredibly rich natural heritage on this part of the Brittany coast. From Menhir to Crozon passing by the Cap de la Chèvre right up to Goulien beach, this area is an outdoor playground just waiting to be discovered. The GR34 trail is known to be one of the most scenic circuits in France
. It begins at the iconic Mont-St-Michel and then follows the stunning coastline around the tip of Brittany and ends south of the town of Vannes. Just north of Crozon you can see some of the most spectacular landscapes and views at the Pen Hir Point which is part of the Armorique Natural Regional Park covering 172 000 hectares. Venture a little further onto the Crozon peninsula and visit the Maison des Mineraux, a charming little museum housed in a traditional style Brittany building. Find out all about the geological historical of this area from the interesting exhibitions and displays. If you’re lucky, you may come across some of the timid wildlife here : otters, beavers, seals, salmon in the rivers and maybe even a dolphin or two ! And all of this accessible from your holiday rental in Crozon Morgat