Sainte-Anne La Palud, Crozon, Morgat, Camaret, le Cap de la Chèvre, Roscanvel.
Originally, Camaret's main features were its economic
development and artistic activity. The adaption of the port to accommodate steam vessels
however, meant that boats were able to join up directly with Brest. From
the 1880s onwards, crayfishing and the building of sardine canning
factories and shipyards became as much the town's principal activities as
subjects to seduce the painters.
Following the example of Charles Cottet, many artists chose to paint the
Pen Hir peninsula, Tourlinguet, les Tas de Pois and Didan cove. Camaret has
received many painters, writers and theatre actors such as Max Jacob and
Victor Segalen. The poet Saint-Pol-Roux also settled here.
At the beginning of the century, Armand Peugot discovered and created the
Morgat seaside resort. He asked the architect Gaston Chabel from Brest to
design and develop the site using classical architecture in order to
rediscover the charms and traditions of Brittany.