TRAVEL – Weekend on the Crozon peninsula, treasure of Finistère

TRAVEL – Weekend on the Crozon peninsula, treasure of Finistère
TRAVEL – Weekend on the Crozon peninsula, treasure of Finistère

TF1’s 13H takes you on a weekend to Finistère.

The Crozon peninsula, treasure of Brittany, conceals unique landscapes.

In the far west of the country, bordered by turquoise waters, it nestles in the harbor of Brest: the Crozon peninsula (Finistère). There we rub shoulders with heather moors, dizzying cliffs and transparent water, as we discover in the report above. Crozon surprises with nearly 450 caves along its coasts, each of which has its own little story. Our outing at sea takes on the air of an expedition, diving to the depths of these geological curiosities. The peninsula attracts thousands of visitors every year.

On the restaurant menu unearthed by our team: seafood, of course. The fishpond is just a few steps away, in the scullery, it couldn’t be cooler. Right in the center of Crozon, we find our accommodation. A house that has had several functions over time. The name of the rooms remains the only relic of his different lives. Count on 76 euros per night, breakfast included.

The Golden Tower stands as a protector, and was built to control access in the event of war. Four floors and 68 steps are the price to pay for a breathtaking view of the peninsula, linked to the military history of France.

Find the TF1 report on the Crozon peninsula in the video at the top of this article.


The editorial staff of TF1info | Report: L. Deschateaux, A. Ponsar, G. Parrot

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