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Discover the surroundings
The Crozon Peninsula is a land rich in life and discoveries
Its exceptional heritage, whether human or natural, offers multiple activities for young and old.
Walkers, whether experienced or amateur, can take advantage of the numerous hiking trails that the region offers. Some are also passable by mountain bike and even on horseback (the equestrian centers of the Presqu'île offer various rides throughout the year). They will help you discover both the superb landscapes of maritime Brittany, but also places of memory and history which make this region so rich.
If your soul draws you more easily towards idleness and relaxation, Aber beach and its fine sand is made for you. At the foot of the southern slope and easily accessible from the campsite, it is a privileged setting for swimming, walks, fishing on foot or by line. Fishing enthusiasts can also dip their line in the nearby river, located 500 m from Camping de l'Aber.
It is also possible for you to get to know Breton heritage. Indeed, the Crozon Peninsula is home to numerous museums, such as that of cider in Argol, the Maison des Minéraux in Crozon, the Maison du Patrimoine maritime and the Memorial of the Battle of the Atlantic in Camaret-sur-Mer or still the museum of the old Landévennec abbey.
Once there, Elodie and Yoann will be happy to introduce you to the many activities available in the surrounding area. And don't hesitate to contact them in advance to organize your vacation and make the most of it!