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Beach Morgat, Crozon, Brittany

Even in summer, the beaches of the rugged Crozon peninsula remain relatively quiet. In a

sheltered bay, where the peninsula meets the mainland, is the seaside town of Morgat, with its crescent of pine-fringed sand. At low-tide, it’s a great spot for rock-pooling and, at high tide, the peninsula’s sea caves can be explored on a boat trip from the harbour (vedettes-sirenes.com). There are surf and dive schools, bikes and kayaks to hire, and sailboats to rent. Refuel at one of the many creperies on the harbour – Atao Aman (34 Boulevard de la Plage) serves savoury and sweet versions. Brittany boasts the longest coastline of any region in France, but staying on the beach can be expensive, especially in the peak summer months. Here's our pick of 10 affordable places to stay, from yurts on the Emerald Coast to a manor house on Finistère. Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2016/feb/16/50-best-beaches-in-the-world
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