In a peninsula far far away… (4/4)

If you head South from anse de Dinan, you will (eventually) reach the southern tip of the Crozon peninsula, the Cap de la Chèvre. The promontory is fairly disappointing at first, especially after Penhir. The view is nothing new. The Marine Nationale holds the best lands, once again. There is another memorial, to the deadContinue reading “In a peninsula far far away… (4/4)”

In a peninsula far far away… (1/4)

The presqu’île de Crozon is the three-ended tongue of the Brittany monster (see previous post). It’s a world onto its own, diverse, remote. The locals say “En presqu’île” as if it was a country, or a continent. It is a big promontory surging west into the Atlantic, protected from the worst wilds of the oceanContinue reading “In a peninsula far far away… (1/4)”