The Crozon peninsula is one of the prettiest areas of Brittany, yet rarely visited by the British. The coastal resort of Morgat, was in its heyday in the 1930, and today still has an elegance. Its lovely sweep of sandy beach, backed by towering cliffs is one of our favourites. This villa looks across to Brest, and is a short drive from the sandy beaches around Crozon.
Ground Floor: Entrance into open plan living area. Kitchen
with hob, oven, microwave, fridge, freezer. Wash room with washing machine,
drier, shower. Dining furniture, high chair, comfortable seating, TV, DVD, open
fire, picture window with panoramic view. Shower room. Separate WC.
First Floor: Stairs from lounge to three bedrooms, double (10m²),
twin(10m²) and single with cot(8m²). Bathroom with twin hand basins. Separate WC.
Outside: Patio with outdoor furniture, sun loungers and
BBQ. Large sloping garden. Pebble beach and coastal walks within walking
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A truly beautiful Breton peninsula, Crozon, has magnificent beaches and great scenary. A great holiday location.
The sea lashes at spectacular cliffs and clues of it’s earlier occupation gives the gently rolling countryside a powerful sense of history. Crozon’s four bracing headlands give fine panoramic views over the Atlantic and other Finistere points. The excellent holiday town of Morgat offers good local shopping watersports and cave exploration both by sea and on foot. Crozon itself has a lively seasonal market, an indoor swimming pool and tennis courts. The quiet seaside resort of Camaret sur Mer with sandy beaches, surfing and clear blue water is close to dramatic coastal scenery.