Rocks, leaves, birds

The Regional Nature Reserve of the geological sites of Crozon Peninsula was funded in 2013 by the Brittany Region council. It is a protected area which is well-known for its remarkable natural heritage.
The reserve includes 27 coastal sites spread out over 120 kilometres of coastline. These sites have been not only distinguished for their exceptional geological heritage but also for the natural places and the biodiversity that they contain.
Protecting, developing and promoting the discovery of its natural riches are the three main missions of the Nature Reserve, which is managed by the Communauté de Communes (local community council) with its partners.