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Cap de la Chevre, Crozon

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The cap de la Chèvre is the southernmost point of the Crozon peninsula in western Brittany in France. Facing south, it faces the north side of cap Sizun and closes off the baie de Douarnenez.Consisting of heath, heather and maritime pines, this headland maintains a savage appearance and magnificent countryside, along with several little villages with stone-built houses typical of the region. At the end of the headland, in good weather, one can see cap Sizun, île de sein, the baie de Douarnenez, pointe de Pen-Hir, pointe Saint-Mathieu and the islands of Ushant and Molène.Sheep will soon be reintroduced into the cap de la Chèvre, to maintain the moors of the Conservatoire du littoral.
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  • Like most of the Caps, we find a similar landscape, a low, bushy vegetation, large areas of sight, and the sea, the blue horizon. The Cap of the goat does not have his name of the animal, but a translation error (voluntary or not). Don't look so no goat down there you will not find! :) Lot of trails for hiking, delight the walkers with or without children.
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  • Beautiful walk around the Cape on the trail of GR34. Just before the last village in a parking lot denUto parked and descended. Beautiful walk in the spring, nice and quiet!
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  • Do a beautiful time to enjoy the beautiful color. Superb landscapes. We can track the gr34 or other path. Even our kids loved and part a of land art.
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