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Camaret’s heritage

Vue aérienne du sillon

Situated at the very end of Crozon Peninsula, Camaret-sur-Mer area is 1164 hectares. More than half of the town's surface area is protected because of its outstanding natural beauty.


With 25 Km (16 miles) of coastline, Camaret offers you different panoramic viewpoints from its rocky cliffs to its fine sand beaches and dunes.

In the north, the Pointe du Grand Gouin protects the port town from predominant northwesterly winds.
In the west, the Pointe du Toulinguet is the ideal headland for the semaphore station.

In the south, the cliff Pointe de Pen Hir juts out into the sea with three rocky peaks, called the Tas de Pois. The whole site is renowned as a protected natural area.

Numerous painters, musicians, writers and other artists were charmed and inspired by all these places and Camaret’s atmosphere. Among them, Gustave Toudouze, St Pol Roux, Georges Ancey, Charles Cottet and André Antoine, have made Camaret-sur-Mer a part of their renown.